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THE 1949 TALLY-HO VOLUME TWO 
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY 
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 




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KIDS, THIS IS FOR YOU. THIS '49 
EDITION OFTUE TALLY-HO IS DEDICATED 
TO YOU... "THE WORLD'S FLAME 
OF HOPE THAT LIGHTS OUR WAY I 
THROUGH DARKNESS." BUT DON'T LET 
THOSE CLASSY WORDS SIDETRACK YOU. J 
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AND ALL THE JUNIORS AND MARYS 
IN THE WORLD. 

WE'D LIKE TO GIVE YOU MORE THAN 
THIS PAGE OF DEDICATION. WE'D LIKE 
TO GIVE VOU PEACE AND A WELL • 
ORDERED WORLD. WE'D LIKE TO, BUT 
HEAVEN ONLY KNOWS IF WE CAN. 

WE CAN'T WRAP PEACE UP IN A 
PACKAGE TIED WITH A PRETTY BOW 
AND GIVE IT TO YOU, BUT WE PROMISE 
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What ho? A Tally-Ho — and all 
aboard for we're off with a stamp 
of the horses' hoofs on a tour of 
the "Southland at its best." 

First, we'll wheel down an oak- 
shaded street for a look at Florida's 
Capitol building. Pay no heed to 
the cola signs — Pensa and Apa- 
lachi, that is — but obey the one 
that reads "stop." 



COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG 
WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA 



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And surrounding the Capitol in mushroom-iike fashion we see 
the State Road Department and Industrial Commission Buildings 
so new they still wear their scaffolding and wet paint signs. 



Now, we roll down the hill, post haste, and stop with a "whoa" 
at the sight of Tallahassee's stolid post office. Its historic murals 
and park, garbed in the spring with pink and purple azaleas, are 
a "must" on any itinerary of the Capital City. 



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Across the park from the post office stands another picturesque 
Tallahassee building. Known to University students as the Dutch 
Kitchen because of the quaint tea room located in its basement, 
this historic house was built in 1832. Adjacent is a smaller build- 
ing which was the main kitchen with its large fireplace. 



A swift trot down the street 
brings us to the refined atmos- 
phere of Tallahassee's an- 
tiquity shown in the form of 
the First Presbyterian Church, 
the oldest church of its denom- 
ination in Florida. Built in 
1834, the church has a "slave- 
balcony" where the slaves of 
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We slow the horses down to enjoy the beauty of a typical Talla- 
hassee street lined with cool green oaks, whose grey beards of 
moss reveal their aged dignity. 

At the end of the hill we reach another Tallahassee landmark, 
the Episcopal Cemetery. Early history of the community can be 
untwined by a detailed reading of the tombstones. Two marble 
monuments always incur a great interest. These mark the graves 
of the Prince and Princess of Tallahassee, Achille Murat, nephew 
of Napoleon, and his wife, Katie, grand niece of George Wash- 
ington. Those early settlers who fled from France provided an 
air of romanticism and glamour in the small community of the 
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A quick spin through the aged residential area of town brings us 
to the Governor's Mansion, the official residence of the Chief 
Executive of Florida, tucked away among the stately spread of 
magnolia and oak trees. The mansion was completed in 1907 and 
was occupied by Governor Broward and his family at that time. 
This residence probably rates the title of Tallahassee's "most- 
looked-at" home. 



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Flanked by ancient oaks, the Call Mansion 
peeks out at passers-by, mysteriously in- 
triguing them to stop to investigate the 
lovely dwelling. The old estate is one of the 
few Tallahassee homes that dates back past 
the Civil War. Made famous by Maurice 
Thompson in his book, "A Tallahassee Girl," 
the house was built by Governor Richard K. 
Call and today the host and hostess of the 
mansion are Senator and Mrs. Leroy Col- 
lins. Mrs. Collins is a descendant of the Call 
family. 



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After a few pleasant moments at 
historic Goodwood, famous Tal- 
lahassee plantation, we head the 
horses down the Thomasville 
highway toward the enchantment 
of Killearn Gardens. This pho- 
tographers' Utopia, designed by 
the late Alfred B. Maclay, was 
first opened to the public three 
years ago. Since then the Gar- 
dens have been a famed show- 
place of the South. 




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It takes more than the wave of a 
magic wand, but after a jaunt 
across the rolling countryside we 
arrive at Wakulla Springs, week- 
end paradise of frolicking students 
and home of famous "Henry, The 
Pole-vaulting Fish." The beauty of 
the crystal clear waters is often 
graced by performances of the FSU 
Tarpon Club. 



Back once more within 
the city limits we journey 
to the attractive campus 
of the Florida A. and M. 
College. The buildings, 
situated on one of Talla- 
hassee's many hills, afford 
a picturesque view of the 
State Capitol building. 






Down College Avenue we prance and 
through the University gates for a look at 
the old and the new of FSU. 




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The hum of saw and drill of 
riveters will soon be replaced 
by the melodious harmony of 
string, brass and percussion as 
the Music Building nears com- 
pletion. Along Dormitory Row 
the newest member of the fam- 
ily is streamlined C a w t h o n 
Hall; and across Landis green 
we see the new wing of the 
Women's Physical Education 
Building. 





One of the oldest 
landmarks is the East 
Dining Hall located 
between Bryan and 
Reynolds. A section of 
the first floor of this 
building houses the 
Florida Geological 
Survey. 




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Now we follow the 
trail blazed by the 
masculine population 
of FSU to the bar- 
racks, dormitory, aca- 
demic and recreation- 
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The destination of hikers and 
campers is always Camp Flasta- 
cowo and Lake Bradford. Here 
sailing, swimming, canoeing, 
and, best of all, loafing, take the 
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We now return to East 
Campus through the 
south gates on our 
way to the last stop, 
the home of President 
and Mrs. Doak S. 
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We roll up the driveway and stop before the president's spacious 
southern colonial home. Whether there be two students or two 
hundred seniors arriving for the president's birthday party, Pres- 
ident and Mrs. Campbell are never too busy to extend a cordial 
welcome to their many visitors. 



Mrs. Campbell graciously 
serves tea as we admire 
their attractive new home. 




In the informal atmosphere of the sun 
porch, Dr. Campbell indulges in a fav- 
orite pastime, chatting about the ex- 
pansion of FSU. Dr. Campbell con- 
cludes the discussion of future plans by 
stating, "Whatever we develop for the 
young people of Florida must be good." 

As the sun rolls behind the hill, our 
tally-ho rolls down the other side back 
toward campus. 



UNIVERSITY GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 




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Left to right: Dr. Charles Davis, Miss Fannie B. Shaw, Mr. Fred J. Hicks, Catherine Blanton, Eliza- 
beth Greene, Rufus Jefferson, Bob Lee Bannerman, Dal Albritton. 



The University Government Association Executive Council is com- 
prised of President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and 
Forums Chairman of UGA, class presidents, President of Day 
Students Organization, President, Secretary and Treasurer of 
WGA and MGA and designated faculty members who serve in 
an advisory capacity. The presiding officer of the Council is 
Charles McMillan, President of UGA. This joint council of stu- 
dents and faculty has jurisdiction over all extra-curricular activi- 
ties on campus. 





Left to right: Dr. Anna Forbes Liddell, Bill Horner, Leila Lane, Helen Hobbs, Jim Crabtree, Pauline 
Tuttle, Dean Katherine Warren, Dr. Broward Culpepper, Barbara Jean Morgan, Dean Otis McBride. 
(Not pictured: Dr. Louis Shores.) 







NELL TROY KINCAID 
Vice President 



NANCY RETTIE 
Senator 




BETTY JANE LARSON 
Treasurer 



ELEANOR GRAVES 
Senator 



WILL PENNELL 
President 




DONAH AASE 
Tallahassee 



MARJORIE ABBOTT 
Tampa 



HOWARD P. ABEL 
Orange City 



HELEN E. ABRAMS 
Clearwater 



BARBARA ADAMS 
Kissimmee 



WANDA ADAMS 
Newberry 



CAROL ADLER 
Miami Beach 



PATRICIA C. AIKEN 
Lutz 



MILDRED AITCHISON 
Punta Gorda 



EUGENE AKINS 
Tallahassee 



JOAN ALBRITTON 
Plant City 



CLARA J. ALDERMAr- 
Bradenton 



EVELYN ALEXANDER 
Fort Myers 



SUSAN ALEXANDER 
Jacksonville 



BARBARA ALFORD 
Tampa 



BETTY J. ALLEN 
Miami 



SYDNEY ALLEN 
Orlando 



MIRIAM ALLSOPP 
Weirsdale 



GAVINA ALVARADO ROSE M. ALVAREZ 

Tampa Tampa 



MARTHA AMAN BARBARA ANDERSON DOLORES ANDERSON MARGARET W. ANDERS! 

Tampa Lovett Pensacola Miami 







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JOHN ARMSTRONG 


! Winter Garden 


Graceville 


ARILYN ATKINSON 


SHIRLEY ATWELL 


Winter Haven 


Branford 


ANN BAKER 


ANDERSON BALDY 


Alexandria, Va. 


Bradenton 


MABEL J. BARNES 


TERRELL BARR 


Hollywood 


Miami 



HELEN ARNOLD 


INEZ ARNOLD 


BETTY J. ATCHLEY 


WILLIAM ATKINSON 


Gonzalez 


Tallahassee 


Jacksonville 


Orlando 


MOLLY AUSTIN 


FREEMAN BAGGETT 


IRENE E. BAILEY 


KATHERINE BAISDEN 


Jacksonville 


Cross City 


Orlando 


Roseland 


JAMES A. BALL 


JACQUELYN BARBER 


KAROLYN BARDIN 


EUNICE C. BARNES 


Belle Glade 


Jacksonville 


Schenectady, N. Y. 


Lakeland 


FAY BARVALDI 


BARBARA BAYLY 


JOYCE ANN BEACH 


SUE BEASELY 


Miami 


Clearwater 


Miami 


Lake Alford 



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PHYLLIS BECK 


CLAIRE BECKER 


HELEN BELL 


HELEN BETH BELL 


BARBARA BENDINGER 


ELMER BENNETT 


Howey-in-the-Hill 


Jacksonville 


Daytona Beach 


Branford 


Coral Gables 


Key West 


ANCY LEE BENNETT 


CAROL BENSON 


MARIE BENSON 


IRENE L. BERKMAN 


BEVERLY BERRY 


EDNA M. BIGGS 


Miami Beach 


Apalachicola 


Melbourne 


St. Petersburg 


Ocala 


Georgetown 


BEVERLEY BIGLOW 


MARY P. BISHOP 


LOIS M. BIVANS 


SHIRLEY BLACK 


JACK BLACKBURN 


EDW1NA BLACKWOOD 


Jacksonville Beach 


Monticello 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Coral Gables 


Panama City 


Lakeland 


LARENCE BLALOCK 


JOAN M. BLALOCK 


HELEN BLAM 


J. DALMA BLANTON 


MARY A. BLITCH 


BARBARA A. BLOUNT 


Madison 


Madison 


Orlando 


Ocala 


Ocala 


Jacksonville 



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BETTY BLOUNT 


MARVIN R. BLOUNT 


LAURA JANE BLUE 


MARY HELEN BLUE 


EDITH BORON 


DIANNE BOSKEY 


Jacksonville 


Tallahassee 


St. Petersburg 


St. Petersburg 


Miami 


Leesburg 


VIRGINIA BOVVDEN 


PATRICIA BAYLY 


EUNICE BRANDT 


HELEN L. BRAY 


JANICE BRIDWELL 


MILLS M. BRINSON, III 


Venice 


Clearwater 


Panama City 


Tampa 


Lake Butler 


Marianna 


ATHERINE BRITTAIN 


ALVA JOYCE BROWNE 


DOROTHY L. BROWN 


EDITH BROWN 


JANICE BROWN 


WINIFRED BROWN 


Tallahassee 


Jacksonville 


Miami 


Panama City 


Zolfo Springs 


Largo 


CYNTHIA BRUCK 


ANN D. BRYAN 


BEVERLY BRYANT 


BARBARA BURCH 


LENA MAE BURCH 


MARY VIRGINIA BURKE 


Jacksonville 


Tampa 


Coral Gables 


Miami 


Jasper 


Pensacola 



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MARY JOE BURR 


BARBARA BUSH 


BETTY JEAN BYRD 


BETTY NEAL CALLAHAN 


GEORGE CALLOWAY 


JOHANNA CALHEART 


Mt. Dora 


Jacksonville 


Miami 


Miami 


Tallahassee 


Miami 


ANN CALLAHAN 


GISELDACALLEJA 


NANCY CAMPBELL 


LOIS N. CAMERON 


JO CAROLYN CAMERON 


ROSE CAMPISI 


Coral Gables 


Key West 


Miami 


New Smyrna Beach 


St. Petersburg 


Tampa 


JUANITA CANNON 


EVELYN CAPITANO 


CARITACARBALLO 


ELIZABETH CARINHAS 


HAROLD CARRIN 


PATRICIA CARO 


Auburndale 


Tampa 


South Miami 


St. Augustine 


Jacksonville 


Milton 


LUCINDA CARSON 


BARBARA CARUTHERS 


CARMEN CASAL 


GLADYS CASK IE 


ANN L. CASS 


JEANNE CASENS 


Fort Myers 


Bushnell 


Tampa 


St. Petersburg 


Miami 


Ft. Pierce 



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DOLLY CASTOR INA 


MYRTLAND CATES 


MARY CATLETT 


BARBARA CONRAD 


PAT DUANE 


ANNIE E. CECIL 


Pensacola 


Key West 


Tampa 


Miami 


Oca la 


Clewiston 


VERONICA CECIL 


MAXINE CHILDS 


DAWN CHRISTENSON 


MARY E. CHURCH 


BETTY SUE CIMIOTTI 


MITCHELL G. CLADAKIS 


Clewiston 


Chipley 


Pensacola 


Miami 


Miami 


Tarpon Springs 


BARBARA CLARK 


DOROTHY CLARK 


JULIANNE CLARK 


MARGARET ANN CLARK 


MARY LOU CLARK 


ANN CLAYTON 


White Springs 


Mulberry 


Atlantic Beach 


St. Petersburg 


Tallahassee 


Fernandina 


HELEN CLAWSON 


BOBBIE JEAN CLEMENTS 


FRANCES COBB 


BARBARA ANN COCHRAN 


CAROLYN F. COE 


HELEN COITH 


Tallahassee 


Graceville 


Sanford 


Jacksonville 


Tallahassee 


Orlando 



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PAT COLE 


DAN COLEMAN 


WILLIAM L. COLEMAN 


PATRICIA COLLIER 


ANONA COLLINS 


CALVIN COLLINS 


Pensacola 


Overstreet 


Jacksonville 


Highland City 


Jacksonville 


Umatilla 


ELIZABETH COLLINS 


JANE ANN COLLINS 


JOANNE COLSON 


MARIAN CONNELLY 


MARYCONNELL 


BETTY S. CONNELLY 


Ozark 


Webster 


Jacksonville 


Tampa 


INVERNESS 


Panama City 


JOHN D. CONNER 


MURRAY CAWTHON 


JANICE COOKE 


MAURINE COOLIDGE 


KATHRYN COONS 


ELEANOR COOPER 


Lewes, Del. 


DeFuniak Springs 


Jacksonville 


Clearwater 


Pensacola 


Orlando 


VIOLET C. CORCES 


ANN CORLEY 


GEORGE R. CORRADINO 


DOROTHY COUMBE 


ELLEN L. COURSON 


JEANNETTE COX 


Sarasota 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Miami 


Miami 


Miami 


Fernandina 



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DOROTHY J. COZART 


JOHN DUDLEY CRABB 


BARBARA CRAIN 


MARY FRANCES CRAMER 


MADGE L. CRANDALL 


FREIDA E. CRANE 


Graceville 


Lake City 


Miami 


Coral Gables 


Weirsdale 


Lakeland 


NORMA CRANE 


ANNA CRAWFORD 


FAYE CREECH 


CLIFTON CREEL 


ROBERT CRISINGER 


ROBERT CRISP 


Oca la 


Winter Garden 


Jacksonville 


Pensacola 


Mill Hall, Pa. 


Jacksonville 


JACKIE CRITTENDEN 


CAROLYN CROWLEY 


PATRICIA CROWLEY 


PATRICIA CRUM 


RUBY L. CRUMPLER 


FAY M. CULPEPPER 


Greenville 


St. Augustine 


Sarasota 


Weirsdale 


Fort Myers 


Fort Pierce 


CAROLYN L. CURRY 


EDITH B. CURRY 


JAMES L. CURRY 


JAMES DANDELAKE 


MARTHA DANIEL 


NANCY LANE DANIE 


Tampa 


Chiefland 


Ponce de Leon 


Jacksonville 


Winter Haven 


Miami 



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BETTY J. DAVIS 


CARROLL C. DAVIES 


DOROTHY DAVIS 


JULIA H. DAVIS 


LILLIAN DAVIS 


MIRIAM ALICE DAVID! 


Wauchula 


Wilmington, Del. 


Brooksville 


Jacksonville 


Tallahassee 


Coconut Grove 


BARBARA JOAN DAY 


ANNIE M. DEAL 


WILLENE M. DEMPSEY 


BARBARA L. DENMARK 


FAYE DEAN 


PATRICIA DeWITT 


St. Augustine 


Tallahassee 


Branford 


Jacksonville 


Orlando 


St. Petersburg 


MARY LOUISE DeWOLF 


ERNEST K. DICKEY 


ANN DILLARD 


FRANCES ANN DILLARD 


YVONNE DIONNE 


DONA DIXON 


Crescent City 


Cross City 


DeLand 


Miami 


Pensacola 


Foley 


JUNE DOERR 


PAT L. DOMINCK 


JANICE DOUGHTY 


JOANNE RAE DOUGHTY 


PATSY DOWLING 


JAMES DRAA 


Orlando 


Miami 


Miami 


Miami 


Altha 


Titusville 



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IRENE L. DRAGONES 
Neptune Beach 



SHIRLEY DRAKE 
Holly Hill 



NORMA A. DREYER 
St. Petersburg 



GLORIA DREYER 
St. Petersburg 



JULIA JOAN DUANE 
Ocala 



RITA DUFFY 
Miami 



KATHRYN DUGGAN FRANCES B. DUNCAN RUTH EARNEST 

Winter Haven Jacksonville Miami 



ELIZABETH A. EC'r ,_ES 
St. Petersburg 



JOHN M. EDDINS 
Bushnell 



GLORIA R. EDELMAN 
Lake Wales 



LIZABETH EDMONDSON DAISY EDWARDS 

Nokomis Branford 



MILDRED EDWARDS 
Jacksonville 



STEVE EDWARDS 
Quincy 



SUZANNE EGER 
Auburndale 



BRONNA MAE ELKINS 
Perry 



MARY ELLEMAN 
Miami 



MARYHELEN ELLIS 
Tampa 



JANE S. ELTON 
Chipley 



BESS ENGE 
Arlington 



MARY A. ENGLAND 
Mobile, Ala. 



MARIE ENNO 
Tampa 



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JOAN FARGIS 
Jacksonville 



PATRICIA FERGUSON 
Miami 



ROY M. FERGUSON 
St. Petersburg 



AMELIA C. FERNANDEZ 
Tampa 



LOUISE FISCHER 
Gotha 



ELOISE FISHBACK 
Orlando 



MARGARET ERICKSON 
Jacksonville 



JOAN ERNST 
Miami 



NORMAN F. EUBANKS 
Clearwater 



PATRICIA LEE EVANS 
Orlando 



ATWELL EVER ITT 
Tallahassee 



EDNA FABER 
Lakeland 



BETTY FISHER 
Tampa 



NANCY FITTS 
Sanford 



MARILYN FLEET 
Jacksonville 



MAVIS FLEMING 
Laurel Hill 



PRISCILLA FLETCHER 
Tallahassee 



JEAN FLYNN 
Tampa 



CHARLES E. FOERTMEYER 
Ft. Lauderdale 



ELEANOR FOLSOM 
Monticello 



BETTY A. FORD 
Clearwater 



JEAN FORHAN 
Ft. Lauderdale 



YVONNE FOSSETT 
Jacksonville 



JUNE FOUTS 
Jacksonville 



'52 




BOBBIE L. FOWLER 


BETTY FREDERICK 


JANE FREEL 


VIRGINIA FRENCH 


REGINA FREY 


HELEN FRIEDHEIM 


Bartow 


Miami 


Tampa 


Miami 


Hollywood 


Belle Glade 


DORIS R. FRISCIA 


FRANCES E. FUTCH 


ELEANOR GAGE 


JANE GAGUE 


JEANNE GANTIER 


BETTY J. GARDNER 


Tampa 


Dade City 


Pensacola 


St. Petersburg 


Miami 


Madison 


ELIZABETH GARDNER 


PATSY GARDNER 


DALTON B. GARRET 


JANEGARSIDE 


MARILYN GASSLER 


MARY E. GARST 


Key West 


Orlando 


Ellenton - 


Tampa 


Orlando 


Bradenton 


BARBARA ANN GATES 


FAYE GATLIN 


JAMES H. GAUSE 


MINA JANEGEDDES 


BETTY R. GEIGER 


JEAN GHIOTTO 


Miami 


Tallahassee 


Dewey Beach, Del. 


Fort Myers 


Miami 


Ft. Lauderdale 



'52 




SUSIE GIBSON 
West Palm Beach 

JANE GODFREY 
Panama City 



Tampa 



JOAN GILBERT 


MARIANNE GILLEN 


REIDC. GILLIS 


SANTA GLAVIANO 


ANN GODFREY 


St. Petersburg 


Lake Wales 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Tampa 


Panama City 


MARY GODWIN 


DANELLA GOFF 


BARBARA A. GOLEMAN 


LENA C. GORDON 


MARION GORMAN 


Quincy 


Jacksonville 


Lakeland 


Winter Haven 


Miami 


LEANOR GRAVES 


EVELYN GRAY 


ASA C. GREEN 


BILLIE GREENWELL 


DONREE GREENWOOD 


Vero Beach 


Quincy 


Tallahassee 


Bradenton Beach 


Miami 



LOUIS GROOT 
Miami 



SHIRLEY GREGORY MARTHA CRENSHAW DORIS A. GRIFFITH PATRICIA A. GRIFFITH VIRGINIA GRIFFITH 

Dania Miami Moore Haven Warrington St. Petersburg 



/H6 



52 




HELEN GRIM 


MARILYN GROENE 


JOAN IRENE GROSS 


LEILA GROSS 


MILDRED GROTEWOLD 


TRUDY GRUBB 


Jacksonville 


Ft. Lauderdale 


DeLand 


Miami Beach 


Sebirng 


Mt. Pleasant 


BETTY GUDENRATH 


ANN K. GUILFORD 


EVELYN GUSTAFSON 


VIRGINIA GUTHRIE 


MARY GUZMAN 


HELEN HAGLER 


Tallahassee 


Lakeland 


St. Petersburg 


Jacksonville 


Daytona Beach 


Miami 


CAROLYN HA IRE 


DORIS HAIRE 


SHIRLEY HAIRE 


CATHERINE HAMBY 


GLORIA HAMILTON 


WANDA LEE HAMILTON 


Gretna 


Jacksonville 


Gretna 


Pensacola 


Miami 


Somerset, Ky. 


DORRIS HAMMOND 


MARY HANNON 


FRANK IE HARDEN 


MARGARET HARDY 


MARGIE L. HARDEN 


LAMARR HARGROVE 


Lutz 


WoodviUe 


Jacksonville 


Wewahitchka 


Tampa 


Tallahassee 



'52 




CAROL HARPER 
Pompano 



GLORIA HARPER 
Arcadia 



BETTY HARRELL JACQUELINE HARRINGTON MARTHA HARRIS 

Tallahassee Miami Miami Beach 



VIVIAN HARRIS 
Thomasville, Ga. 



EVELYN HARRISON 
Tallahassee 



LOU HARRISON 
Panama City 



PATRICIA HARRISON 
St. Petersburg 



NANCY HARROD 
Miami 



HELEN HATFIELD 
Winter Haven 



JEAN H ATT AW AY 
Jacksonville 



MARY J. HARNES 
Tallahassee 



VIRGINIA HAWES 
Tampa 



ANNE HAWKINS 
Tampa 



DORIS HAYES 
St. Cloud 



WILLIAM E. HAYES 
Jacksonville 



POLLY HAYNES 
Gainesville 



ALAN HEAD 
Tallahassee 



JOSEPH GLENN HEARN 
Newark, Del. 



HILDA HEATH 
Leonia 



EVELYN HEMMINGWAY 
Tallahassee 



ELLA HENRY 
St. Petersburg 



MARILYN HENDRIX 
Neptune Beach 



'52 




CAROLYN HENRY 


HELEN HICKS 


HELEN HIERS 


SHIRLEY HIGGINBOTTOM 


LOISC. HUGGINS 


MONA HIGHSMITH 


St. Petersburg 


South Miami 


Chiefland 


Callahan 


Tampa 


Jacksonville 


JAMES HIGHTOWER 


DELLAHILL 


NANCY HILL 


MERILI HILTON 


KATHERINE HINSON 


THOMAS HCBBS 


Vernon 


Jacksonville 


Sarasota 


Key West 


Deerfield 


Tallahassee 


EMMIE HODGES 


GLORIA HOLDER 


LOIS HOLLOW AY 


WILLIAM R. HOLLOW AY 


JACK HOLMES 


SYBIL HOLSBERRY 


Hilliard 


Jacksonville 


Pewaukee, Wise. 


Marion, Ohio 


Jacksonville 


Plant City 


LURA MAE HOOKER 


BARBARA HORNE 


WILLIAM J. HORNER 


MILDRED HOROWITZ 


JEAN HORTON 


EMILY J. HOTTEL 


Dover 


Jacksonville 


Jacksonville 


Miami Beach 


Miami 


Orlando 



'52 




JEANNE F. HOUSER 
West Palm Beach 



HELEN F. HOWELL 
Falmouth 



HELEN HOWES ELEANOR HUDDLETON ONA M. HUMPHRIES 

Pahokee Jacksonville Pahokee 



MILDRED HUNTER 
Bowling Green 



RUBY HUTTO 
Tampa 



NAUDAIN IVES 
Jacksonville 



ALICE JACKSON 
Jacksonville 



BARBARA JACKSON KATHLEEN JACKSON 

Lakeland Orlando 



WILLIE E. JACKSON 
Perry 



DIANA JAFFE 
St. Augustine 



WALTER JARDINE 
Lake Worth 



WILTON JARDINE 
Lake Worth 



IILLIE MAY JENKINS MARGARET JESTER 

Miami Miami 



MARTHA JETER 
Orlando 



GUY JOHNSON 
Bradenton 



ROBERT B. JONES 
Ft. Myers 



JOYCE JONES 
Tallahassee 



SHIRLEY JOHNS 
Jacksonville 



ALICE JOHNSTON 
Jacksonville 



CLAUDE JOHNS 
Starke 



'52 




NINA JONES 


ANNA M. JOHNSON 


EMMETTE JOHNSON 


HELEN JOHNSON 


JACQUELINE JOHNSON 


JAMES W. JOHNSON 


Lakeland 


Miami 


Norfolk, Va. 


Coral Gables 


Miami 


Bradenton 


JOSEPH JOHNSON 


GLORIA JOHNSTON 


BERNA KARDONSKY 


JO ANNE KEAGLE 


FRANCES KELLEY 


SARAH KELLY 


Bradenton 


Winter Garden 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Alpine, N. J. 


Tallahassee 


Sarasota 


BRUCE KEMP 


CAROLYN KELSHIEMER 


DOROTHY JEAN KENT 


KATHRYN KERR 


BERTHA KERSEY 


BILLY FRAN KETCHAM 


Sopchoppy, Fla. 


Bradenton 


Live Oak 


Zephyrhills 


Miami 


Tallahassee 


LEE KIGLHT 


PATRICIA KIRBY 


JANE KIRK 


WILLIAM KIRKLAND 


DOROTHY KISH 


DORIS KITTRELL 


Jacksonville 


St. Petersburg 


Plymouth 


Tallahassee 


Miami 


Panama City 



'52 




EMILY KOON 


MARY LA GRONE 


DWIGHT W. LAMBE 


DONALD LANIGAN 


JEAN LANDRUM 


NANCY L. LANE 


Lakeland 


Sulphur Springs 


Ft. Myers 


Miami 


Ponte Verde Beach 


Key West 


SHARON LANE 


DOROTHY LANGSTON 


BETTY LAPINSKI 


MARY L. LARCOM 


BETTY JANE LARSON 


ADOLPH LASTRES 


West Palm Beach 


Jacksonville 


Wauchula 


Port Tampa 


Tallahassee 


Key West 


JO ANN LASSITER 


RAE LATHERS 


PATRICIA LEDBETTER 


JAMES R. LEE 


VIRGINIA LEE 


AVERY LEMBECK 


Lakeland 


Winter Haven 


Jacksonville 


Tallahassee 


Orlando 


New Smyrna 


MARLENE LENZ 


MARY LEON IS 


NINA LESTER 


HILTON C. LEWIS 


HERBERT LEWITT 


MARGARETTE LEYNE 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Sanford 


Quincy 


Grand Ridge 


Thomasville, Ga. 


Tallahassee 



'52 




EDITH LIEBLING 
Miami 



EDWARD R. LILLY 
Titusville 



BETTY LINHART 
Tampa 



BRUCE LLOYD 
Pensacola 



MATILDA LOMAISTRO 
Miami 



BENNY LOVEL 
Fort Lauderdale 



M*THA LUCHTENBERG SHEILA LUDWIG 

East Fultonham, Ohio Miami 



BARBARA LUFF 
Jacksonville 



JOHNNIE LUKER 
Crestview 



CAROL LUMIA 
Tampa 



EVELYN LUNSDEN 
Valrico 



SUE LYNAGH 
Tampa 



MARGARET LYNN 
Bradenton 



FRANCES L. MACFIE 
DeLand 



ANN MacCRONE 
Warrington 



MELVA MacPHERSON 
Miami 



DOROTHY MAGEE 
Orlando 



GLORIA MANRIQUE 
Daytona Beach 



JENNIE MARINO 
Tampa 



PAULINE MARKS ELEANOR MARETT MARGARET MARSHALL LILLIAN N. MARTIN 

Coral Gables Miami Miami Tampa 



'52 




MARY E. MARTIN 
Tampa 



PAT MARTIN 
Orlando 



BETTYE J. MATTHEWS DOROTHY B. MATHEWS BETTY JANE MATTISON MARY SUSAN MAY( 

Miami Plymouth Bradenton Chattahoochee 



KATHERINE McCADAMS 
Miami 



ROBERT W. McCALL 
Jennings 



PEGGY McCLAMMA 
Lakeland 



FRANCES McCLELLAN 
Blountstown 



LINNIE McCLURE 
Ft. Myers 



PATRICIA McCONNE 
Titusville 



JANANN McDONALD MARGARET L. McFADYEN DOROTHY McGAHEE 
Ft. Myers Sarasota Covington 



EVELINA MclNTOSH 
Lakeland 



NORMA F. MclNTOSH 
Daytona Beach 



JOHN McKEEVER 
Panama City 



MARGARET McLAUGHLIN 
Plant City 



ADELAIDE McLEOD 
Orlando 



AVA NELL McLEOD 
Wauchula 



JOHNNIE McLIN 
Plant City 



ERNEST L. McMATH 
Jacksonville 



NELL McMICHAEL 
Tampa 



'52 




ELIZABETH McNEIL 
Florala, Ala. 



BEATRICE McQUAY 
Rehoboth, Dela. 



RALPH McWILLIAMS 
Ft. Myers 



MARJORIE MECKSTROTH 
Orlando 



MARY LOU MEDLIN 
Miami 



MARY M. MERCER 
Hosford 



|ALICE MERCADANTE 
Miami 



MARTHA L. MERRELL 
Daytona Beach 



JOAN LOIS MERRIN 
Tampa 



JAMES C. METHVIN 
Shamrock 



VERONICA METSHEL 
Miami 



ALICE MEYERS 
St. Augustine 



PATTI MICHAELS 
Orlando 



FRANCES R. MICKLER BARBARA MIDDLEBROOKS BETTY MIDDLETON 
Madison Pensacola Tampa 



HAZALENE MILLER 
Blountstown 



NANCY MILLER 
Pensacola 



SUSAN MILLER 
Tallahassee 



BURLIE MILLIGAN 
Auburndale 



ELIZABETH MIMS 
Daytona Beach 



PATTI MIMS 
Jacksonville Beach 



CYNTHIA MINK 
Orlando 



DOROTHY MINUS 
Port St. Joe 



'52 




FRANCES MITCHELL 
St. Petersburg 



ANNEMIZE 
Daytona Beach 



GABRIELAMOLINO JOHN O. MONSALVATGE EVELYN MONROE 

Guantananio, Cuba Key West Tampa 



MARTHA MONSON 
Punta Gorda 



HELEN MOODY 
Tampa 



I ON A MOODY 
Bushnell 



SYLVIA MOONEY 
Miami 



ARDEN MOORE 
Jacksonville 



LILLIAN MORAN 
San ford 



SHIRLEY MORELANC 
San ford 



JOHN MORGAN 
Molino 



MARIANNE MORGAN 
Brandon 



BETTY LOU MORRIS 
Quincy 



HAZEL MORRISON 
Clermont 



CHARLES S. MORSE 
Tampa 



JO ANNE MOSES 
Miami 



JOETTA MOUTZ 
Winter Haven 



NANCY A. MUELLER 
Limona 



SUE FRANCES MUNDEE 
Orlando 



DONALD T. MUNROE 
Tallahassee 



JESSIE MUNROE 
Tallahassee 



PATSY D. MURPHY 
Miami 



Wl 




JANIS MYERS 


WILLIAM D. MYERS 


WILLIAM R. MYERS 


SYLVIA R. NANESS 


MARGOT NASRALLAH 


ADOLFO S. NAVARRO 


Daytona Beach 


Eustis 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Miami Beach 


Jacksonville 


Key West 


30RIS E. NEEDHAM 


BILLIE NELSON 


BETTY NEWSOM 


DOROTHY NICHOLS 


LOUISE D. NICHOLSON 


NORMA NIVEN 


Daytona Beach 


Tifton, Ga. 


Bonifay 


Tallahassee 


Uleta 


Daytona Beach 


KELSA NOEGEL 


JACK NOONEY 


EDWARD C. NORTON 


CATHERINE NOTT 


THERON A. NUNEZ 


M. BETTY LOU NUTTLE 


Tallahassee 


Jacksonville 


New Orleans, La. 


St. Petersburg 


Orlando 


Brodenton 


MARYC. O'BRIEN 


PAULINE O'BRYAN 


CHARLOTTE OLDHAM 


ANN OLIVER 


DORIS ANN OLIVER 


LeROSE W. OLIVER 


St. Petersburg 


Altha 


Leesburg 


Miami 


Jacksonville 


Sylvania, Ga 



'52 




MILDRED O'NEAL 


BARBARA OTTERSTEDT 


MARGARET OVERSTREET 


MARILYN OXTOBY 


CATHERINE PARKER 


MARJORIE PARKER 


Wewahitchka 


Holly Hill 


Kissimmee 


Miami 


Tampa 


Miami 


JOYCE PARROTT 


HARRY M. PARSONS 


FLORENCE PARTIN 


SHIRLEY PATTERSON 


HARRIET PAUL 


ANITA PEACOCK 


Apopka 


Tallahassee 


Fernandina 


Pensacola 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Tallahassee 


CAMP PEAVY 


GEORGE PENDARVIS 


WILL PENNELL 


BARBARA PERPALL 


JUNE PERKINS 


AUGUST C. PETERS 


Havana 


Blountstown 


Columbus, Ga. 


St. Augustine 


Miami 


Tallahassee 


BEVERLY J. PETERS 


SHIRLEY D. PETERS 


BARBARA PETTIT 


LILLIAN PEUHS 


ALICE J. PHILLIPS 


WALTER PHILLIPS 


Vero Beach 


St. Petersburg 


Daytona Beach 


Panama City 


Frostproof 


Jacksonville 



'52 




BETTY M. PITCHARD 


MARY JIM PICKARD 


RUTH PIERCE 


JULIA ANNE PIKE 


JOHN PITTS 


EDITH POTTER 


Tallahassee 


Tampa 


Tampa 


Mt. Dora 


Holopaw 


Jacksonville 


CLAUDIA POWELL 


MARGARET POWELL 


NORMA PRATER 


WARREN PRENTICE 


CATHERINE PREVEDEL 


JOHN PRICE 


Pensacola 


Pahokee 


Wildwood 


Sea Gert, N. J. 


Lady Lake 


Zephyrhills 


SALLY ANN PROCTOR 


LAURA J. PURCELL 


FLORENCE RAFELD 


WILLIAM G. RAICHE 


JEAN B. RAIFORD 


JAMES RALSTON 


Jacksonville 


Jacksonville 


Tampa 


Nashua, N. H. 


Miami 


Riverview 


GEORGE C. RAMSEY 


MARION RAST 


MILDRED RAULERSON 


TED R. RAULERSON 


NANNIE REARDEN 


WALKER H. REDDIC 


Bristol 


Port Orange 


Miami 


Millville 


Tallahassee 


Cairo, Ga. 



'52 




MARGARET W. REDDING 
Jacksonville 



DORIS REED 
Nichols 



MARGARET REED 
Sarasota 



MARGERY REEDER 
Jacksonville 



BETSY REESMAN 
Winter Park 



CATHERINE REGISTER 
Miami 



GRACE REGISTER 
Tallahassee 



LENNARD REGISTER 
Jaspe- 



MARY F. REID 
Bartow 



M. ZOE RENTZ 
Jacksonville 



NANCY RETTIE 
Ft. Lauderdale 



BARBARA REYNOLDS 
Miami 



MARGARET A. REYNOLDS FAY E. RHODES 

Jacksonville Lake Wales 



KATHERINE RICH 
Punta Gorda 



LUCIA RICE NORMA MARIE RICHARDS JEAN RIGELL 

St. Augustine Miami Punta Gorda 



LOUETTA RILEY CAROLYN RITTERSKAMP ELISA RIVAS 

Bartow St. Petersburg Tampa 



'52 



ANNE ROBERTS 
Bell 



DEAN T. ROBERTS DOROTHY C. ROBERTSOr 

Jacksonville Pompano 




BETTY ROBINSON CAROLYN ROBINSON KATHRYN ROBINSON 



Pensacola 



Curundu, Canal Zone 



Miami Beach 



ANN J. ROGERO 
St. Augu:tine 



ARLESIA ROGERS 
Laurel Hill 



LUCILLE ROGERS 
Miami 



NATALINA ROGOLINO BARBARA JEAN ROSS PHYLLIS ROTENBERG MARY ROTHERHAM JOYCE ROWAN 

St. Augustine Lakeland Miami Revere, Mass. Telogia 



MARIE RUEGG 
Safety Harbor 



PATRICIA RULE 
Ormond Beach 



JULIA RUSS 
Ft. Lauderdale 



EMILY RUTHERFORD 
St. Petersburg 



JOE RUTHERFORD 
St. Andrews 



ELIZABETH SAIGH 
Miami Beach 



JOSEPH SAMPSON 
Tho nasville, Ga. 



BARBARA SANDERS CATHERINE SANDERS HELEN S. SANDERS EDWIN L. SANTANA MARY SATTERFIELD 

Sanford Dothan, Ala. Fernandina Sarasota Clearwater 



FRANCES SAULS 
Monticello 



'52 




NELLE T. SCARDASIS NANCY SCHECHTER BARBARA SCHNEIDER SHIRLEY SCHNEIDER PAULA SCHUMANN DOROTHY SCHULZ 

Inverness Miami Beach Eustis Panama City Jacksonville Jacksonville 



HELEN SCANLON 


BARBARA SEBECKE 


WILLIAM E. SEIFFERT 


VIOLET V. SELLARS 


JACKIE SENNE 


SALLY SHEAROUSE 


Miami 


Delray Beach 


Pensacola 


Lynn Haven 


Grant 


Orlando 


ELIZABETH SHELBY 


NEVA CARL SHEPHARD 


THERESA SHEPPARD 


DOROTHY F. SHERMAN 


BETTY SHIVER 


RITA SHLAFROCK 


Pensacola 


Tallahassee 


Miami 


Lake Wales 


Jennings 


Miami 


NANCY SHOFNER 


BOBBY SIKES 


GRETA J. SIMMONS 


PATRICIA SIMMONS 


JOCELYN W. SINGER 


LULU SINGLETARY 


Lakeland 


Crestview 


Miami 


Ocala 


Cordele, Ga. 


Marianna 



'52 




EDYTH SKIPPER 
Dunedin 



SALLY N. SKIPPER 
Lakeland 



KATHERINE SLATON 
Eustis 



MARY SLEMP 
Jacksonville 



ANTONICA SMITH 
Key West 



CHARLES W. SMITH 
New Smyrna Beach 



DORIS SMITH 
St. Petersburg 



EMILY T. SMITH 
Gainesville 



FRANCES L. SMITH 
Jacksonville 



IMOGENE SMITH 
Bonifay 



J. P. SMITH 
Panama City 



MARGARET SMITH 
Tallahassee 



MARY S. SMITH 
Jacksonville 



NANCY SMITH 
Jacksonville 



VIRGINIA K. SNEAD 
Panama City 



LAVONA SNIDER 
Miami 



EARL R. SOLOMON 
Carrabelle 



ETHELIND SOUTHERLAND 
Wauchula 



LOUISE M. SPAETH 
Opa Locke 



MARY SPANGENBERG 
Miami 



PEGGY SPARKMAN 
Dover 



SUSAN SPARKMAN 
Dade City 



ROSEMARY SPOTO 
Tampa 



MARY LOUISE SPRING 
Pinecastle 



'52 




RICHARD STAINBACK 
Gainesville 



BETTY STARBIRD 
Palatka 



MARY ANN STARKEY 
Eustis 



FAZIL STARLING VIRGINIA STARLING MARTHA A. STEPHEN 

Tampa Pompano Panama City 



DORIS STEVENS 
Miami 



NANCY STEVENS 
St. Petersburg 



MARILYN STIGLER 
Daytona Beach 



VIRGINIA STOCKMAN BETSY STOCKWELL 

Panama City Jacksonville 



WILLA STOCKWELL; 
DeLand 



JULIE STORM 
Jacksonville 



MARY STOUT 
Charleston, W. Vet. 



BEVERLY STOWE 
Orlando 



LOIS E. STRAUGHN 
Florala, Ala. 



JANE STRICKLAND 
Winter Haven 



JEAN STRICKLAND 
Winter Haven 



LOIS A. STRICKLAND SUZANNE SUMMERS ALBERTA SUNSHINE MITCHELL SUTHERLAND GEORGE SUTTON 

Jacksonville Miami Miami Plant City Pensacola 



JEAN SWETT 
Palm Beach 



'52 




HETTIE SYFRETT 
Wausau 



ELIZABETH TAIT 
Winter Haven 



JACKIE TALLEY 
Tallahassee 



NANCY TAPPAN 
Miami 



DOROTHY TAPRELL 
Daytona Beach 



CHARLOTTE TATUM 
Boynton Beach 



MARY TAVEL 
Palatka 



JOE ANN TAYLOR 
Tallahassee 



DOROTHY TEMPLETON SUZANNE THOMAS 

Holly Hill Gainesville 



ALICE C. THOMPSON CATHERINE THOMPSON 
Coral Gables Goulds 



EUNICE THOMPSON 
Pensacola 



GRACE THOMPSON 
Davenport 



MARGUERITE THIBADEAU 
Orlando 



THERESA TINDALL 
Kissimmee 



GLADYS TINKLER 
Lakeland 



JOCELYN TIPTON 
Dade City 



VIRGINIA TOMKINSON 
Brooksville 



REX F. TOOLE 
Marianna 



PATRICIA A. TORRACA 
Gainesville 



ROBERT M. TOUCHTON 
Jacksonville 



PHYLLIS TRASK 
St. Augustine 



BARBARA TRAWICK 
Jacksonville 



'52 







.EN ANN TREADWELL 


ROSEMARY TREFETHEN 


SUE TREMOR 


NANCY TRIBBLE 


BETTY TUCKER 


JO ANN TUDEEN 


St. Petersburg 


Tampa 


Panama City 


Tallahassee 


Tallahassee 


St. Petersburg 


VIRGINIA TUPPEN 


BETTY L. TURNER 


VIRGINIA TURNER 


CONSTANCE TYNDALL 


WILLIS W. TYRELL, JR. 


ELAINE ULMER 


Lake Worth 


Lake Wales 


Bradenton 


Winter Garden 


Pensacola 


Stuart 


ARBARA VARNADOE 


JOANNE VAUGHN 


JOHN E. VICKERS 


JAMES VINCENT 


BARBARA WADDELL 


JEAN C. WADE 


Tifton, Ga. 


Fort Lauderdale 


Panama City 


Mount Dora 


Warrington 


Ocala 


JOSEPHINE WADE 


MARIELLA WAITE 


JUANITA WALDEN 


IRIS WALKER 


MARY SUE WALKER 


PEGGY N. WALSMITH 


Jacksonville 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Frostproof 


Alachua 


Gainesville 


Delray Beach 



'52 




H^Ml Jkkfl 



LOUISE WARE 


MARTHA WATKINS 


DOROTHY WATSON 


JOHN WATSON 


MARY WATSON 


RUDOLPH WATSON 


Miami 


Key West 


Plant City 


Pensacola 


Woodville 


Tallahassee 


I MIGNON WATTS 


MARTHA ANN WEAVER 


CARLOTTA WEBBER 


HARMER WEICHEL 


PATRICIA WEIGLAND 


CHARLINE WEITMAh 


Fellsmore 


Sebring 


Miami 


Jacksonville 


Lakeland 


Oviedo 


ETA WENTWORTH 


EDWIN WESLEY 


ELLEN A. WEST 


SHIRLEY WESTBERRY 


MARY A. WESTENDICK 


ELINOR WETHERINGTI 


Tampa 


East Cleveland, Ohio 


Ft. Myers 


Perry 


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3BBE R. WHEELER 


SHIRLEY WHEELER 


JEAN WHITE 


SUE WHITE 


CAROLINE M. WHITNEY 


LOIS WHITMORE 


Tallahassee 


Fort Myers 


Jacksonville 


St. Petersburg 


Plant City 


Winter Park 



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ALICE R. WHITTEN 
Bartow 



DOROTHY J. WIKSTEDT 
St. Petersburg 



ERIN WILCOX 
Jacksonville 



KATIE WILDER 
Leanto 



PATRICIA WILKINS 
Coral Gables 



FLORIDE WILKINSON; 
Tallahassee 



ANNE WILLIAMS 
Kissimmee 



LUCENE WILLIAMS 
Donalsonville, Ga. 



GRACE WILLIAMS 
Tallahassee 



HELEN WILLIAMS 
Altord 



JOHN WILLIAMS 
Tallahassee 



LEYSHON J. WILLIAM 
Miami 



JO ANNE WILSON 
Coral Gables 



MARJORIE WILSON 
Jacksonville 



MARY STEWART WILSON 
Lake Worth 



SHIRLEY WILLET 
Tallahassee 



ALBERT J. WINBURN 
Mayo 



JOHN C. WINSLETT 
Marianna 



CATHERINE WINTERSDORF 
Yalaha 



JOAN WISDA 
Tampa 



CAROL WITCHER 
Tallahassee 



MARY WOLFE 
Hastings 



BETTE WOLLEY 
Pensacola 



JAMES R. WOOD 
Parker 



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WALKER E. WOOD 
Fort Lauderdale 



SUE WORK 
Pensacola 



ADRIENNE WOS 
Menominee, Mich. 



ALJEAN WRIGHT 
Jacksonville 



PATSY WRIGHT 
Monticello 



BARBARA WROTEN 
Pahokee 



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St. Petersburg Jacksonville Thomasville, Ga. 



JEANNE ZAPPALO 
Bonifay 



JEANNE OETJEN 
Jack'onville 



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Trenton 

CATHERINE ADAMS 

Clearwater 

CONNIE ADAMS 
St. Augustine 

HELEN ADAMS 
Holt 



MARY ADAMS 
Haines City 

PHYLLIS ALDORA 
Miami 

EUGENE G. ALDRIDGE 
Tom pa 

ANN ALLEN 
Ft. Lauderdale 



EVELYN ALLEN 
Umatilla 



MARTHA ALLEN 
Miami 



RAY ALLEN 
Milton 



WADE ALLEN 
Milton 



BEVERLY ALEXANDER 
Bartow 

DOUGLAS ALLEY 
Pulaski, Va. 

LENONOR ALONSO 
Tampa 

BARBARA ALTMAN 
Jacksonville 



ANNELLE ANDERSON 
Greenwood 

MARION ANDERSON 
Winter Park 

PHYLLIS ANDERSON 
Hernando 

RUTH ANDERSON 
DeFuniak Springs 



WILLIAM ANDERSON 
Monticello 

PENELOPE ANGELO 
Jacksonville 

FRANCES ANTINORI 
Tampa 

MARILYN ARCHBOLD 
Jacksonville 



REUBEN ASKEW 
Pensacola 

ROBERT AULTZ 
Jeannette, Pa. 

MA I DA BADCOCK 
Mulberry 

BETTY JO BAILEY 
Blountstown 



MARY ANNE BAIRD 
West Palm Beach 

GROVER BAKER 
Delray Beach 

Willard Baker 
Hialeah 

DOT SCHOONMAKER 
Gainesville 



WARREN BARNETT 
Tampa 

MARY BARRINEAU 
Pensacola 

IKIE BUTLER 
Jennings 

EDITH ANN BATE 
Miami 



BETTY BATES 
Leesburg 

GRETCHEN BAUER 
Miami 

THEODORE BAYLESS 
St. Petersburg 

BETTIE BAZEMORE 
Miami 



PATRICIA BEAMAN 
Jacksonville 

ANNA BEARDEN 
Sarasota 

JEAN BENNETT 
West Palm Beach 

MARTHA BENTZ 
Coral Gables 



MARION BETZ 
Dunedin 

JIMMIE BEAVIS 
Leesburg 

ALVERNA BIRCHARD 
St. Petersburg 

MARIAN BISHOP 
Ft. Myers 





EVELYN BISPHAM 
Sarasota 

DONNA BLACKKETTER 
Bradenton 

BETSY BLANTON 
Tampa 

WILLIAM F. BLASINGAME 
Sarasota 



JACK BLECKBY 
Clewiston 

JOE ANN BLUE 
Perry 

MADGE BLUNT 
Arcadia 

CURTIS R. BOHANNON 
Milton 



JOAN BOLEN 
Mayo 

MARY BOOTHBY 
Tampa 

JEANNE BOSANQUET 

Leesburg 

LOIS BOULWARE 
Tallahassee 



RITA BOWLES 
Green Cove Springs 

LYDIA BOYCE 
Mandarin 

TREVA LUCILE BOYD 
Lakeland 

PAT BRAIDWOOD 
Miami 



BARBARA BRAYMER 
Bradenton 

BETTY ANN BREEDEN 
Plant City 

JEAN BRENNEIS 
Bushnell 

IRVIN A. BREWER 
Dover 



ROSE MARIE BRITSCH 
Tallahassee 

AILEEN BRITTON 
Tampa 

HURDIS A. BROCK 
Bonifay 

ANN BRODIE 
Avon Park 



'51 



MARGARET BROKAW 
Orlando 

BARBARA BROOKS 
Mango 

JEAN BROOME 
Ft. Lauderdale 

FRANCES BROWN 
River Junction 



JOSEPH BROWN 
Bonifay 

WARREN BROWN 
Tallahassee 

MARY BRYCE 
Bryceville 

PEARL BUHRKE 
Miami 



ANN BULLARD 
DeFuniak Springs 

ESPIN E. BULLOCK 
Pensacola 

SIBYL BULLOCK 
Palatka 

JANE BURFOOT 
Jacksonville 



MADALYN BURGESS 
Pensacola 

VIRGINIA BURGESS 
Stuart 

ELIZABETH BURNES 
Oak Hill 

GLORIA BURNHAM 
Miami 



HELEN BURNS 
West Palm Beach 

MARY VIRGINIA BURRY 
Jacksonville 

LESSIE BUSBEE 
St. Petersburg 

NELLE BUSSEY 
Tallahassee 



JEANNINE BUTLER 
Miami 

MURL BUSH 
Bonifay 

REBECCA AASE 
Tallahassee 

CLADOMIRO J. CABANAS 
Utuaho, Puerto Rico 





BETTY LOU CALDER 
Tallahassee 

SUSAN CALDWELL 
Tallahassee 

HAZEL CAMPBELL 
Dundee 

T. A. CAMPBELL 
Sarasota 



PATRICIA M. CAPORUSSO 
Miami 

PAULETTE CARILLET 
Marineland 

DONA CARLIN 
Jacksonville 

COPELAND CARTER 
Bradenton 



JOYCE CASON 
Raiford 

MARY J. CASTELLO 
Tallahssee 

FORREST W. CHAPMAN 
Sarasota 

BARBARA L. CHAPPELL 
Jacksonville 



EMMA SUE CLARK 
Chattahoochee 

MARTHA R. CLARY 
Crestview 

BILLIE JEANCLEMONS 
Kissimmee 

DORIS CLEMONS 
Tallahassee 



CONNIE CLIFFORD 
Miami 

DOROTHY CLONTS 
Stuart 

BETTY JUNE COBB 
Miami 

JOY COBB 
Coral Gables 



MARTHA COBB 
Palatka 

RICHARD COLEMAN 
Atmore, Ala. 

JAMES COLLIER 
Tallahassee 

GERALDINE CONNELL 
Avon Park 



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EMMA COOK 
Marietta, Ga. 

HOWARD L. COOPER 
Tallahassee 

JAMES E. CORNBROOKS 
Washington, D. C. 

SARA JOCOSTIN 
Port St. Joe 



CHARLES F. COURTNEY 
Orlando 

LOIS ANN COURTNEY 
Orlando 

JAMES COWAN 
Hendersonville, N. C. 

JEAN MARIE COWAN 
Tampa 



MARY EMMA COWEN 
Chattahoochee 

WALLACE COX 
Palmetto 

MARY VAL CREARY 
Panama City 

BARBARA CRUMBECHER 
Jacksonville Beach 



GAY CUBBEDGE 
Maitland 

BARBARA CURRY 
Sarasota 

WAVINE CURRY 
Ponce de Leon 

JOYCE DANCE 
Lakeland 



ARDATH A. DANFORD 
Tallahassee 

BETTY SUE DAVIDSON 
Avon Park 

BETTY ANN DAVIS 
Tallahassee 

BETTY JANE DAVIS 
Tallahassee 



GLENN DAVIS 
Jacksonville 

JEFFERSON DAVIS 
Miami 

MARGARET DAVIS 
Pensacola 

MARIAN ELLISE DAVIS 
Kissimmee 





BILLIE JEAN DAY 
Punta Gorda 

HARRY C. DEAN 
Tallahassee 

RUTH DECKER 
Miami 

JERRY DE GARMO 
Tallahassee 



MARGARET DEGNA 
Miami 

DENNIS R. DeLACURE 
Lake Wales 

JOY ANN DeROLPH 
DeLand 

KATHERINE DEWAR 
Felda 



JOHN F. DIAL 
Marianna 

MARY E. DINWIDDIE 
Culleota, Tenn. 

LORRAINE DONAHUE 
Miami 

MARIAN DORO 
Jacksonville 



VIRGINIA DOUGLAS 
Dade City 

PATSY DURRANCE 
Ft. Meade 

CLARA EASON 
Tampa 

FLOYCE REAGAN 
St. Petersburg 



HANZEL M. EDWARDS 
Greensboro 

MIRIAM EDWARDS 
Quincy 

TERESA EDWARDS 
Port St. Joe 

ANNE EGAN 
Lakeland 



ANN EIDSON 
Orlando 

SARAH ELKINS 
Perry 

BARBARA ELLERY 
Ft. Lauderdale 

MARY ELLIOTT 
Quincy 



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A. C. ELLISON 
Foley, Ala. 

RUTH ENGEL 
Homestead 

WALTER A. ERIKSON 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

ALICE ESPERANTE 
Tampa 



ARD EULENFELD 
Tallahassee 

CLYDE G. EVANS 
Tallahassee 

DONNA C. EVANS 
Orlando 

LAWRENCE EVANS 
Tallahassee 



JULIA FAHLE 
Lakeland 

ANGELA FAIRCLOTH 
Jacksonville 

GLORIA M. FALLS 
Frostproof 

MARGERY FARR 
Wauchula 



JOHN W. FENN 
Orange 

LEWIS E. FENN, JR. 
Orange 

JOHN A. FISHER 
St. Petersburg 

PATRICIA FITZGERALD 
Coral Gables 



YVONNE FITZGERALD 
Ft. Myers 

CHARLES L. FLOYD 
Pensacola 

ANNETTE FOLMAR 
Crestview 

RUTH FORBES 
Jacksonville 



JOHNNIE FORTUNE 
Laurel Hill 

BARBARA FOSTER 
Orlando 

EDITH FOSTER 
Orlando 

SHIRLEY B. FOTTLER 
Lynn Haven 





VIRGINIA FOUNTAIN 
Monticello 

JULIA FOWLER 
Jacksonville 

JOAN FRANCIS 
Tampa 

CAROLYN FREEDLUND 
Belle Glade 



JUNE FREEMAN 
Frostproof 

ROBERT B. FROHOCK 
Panacea 

ROBERT H. FULFORD 
Thomasville, Ga. 

FAY FULGHUM 
Lakeland 



AVONELL FULLER 
Arcadia 

FAY FUNCHESS 
Panama City 

ELIZABETH E. GADDY 
Jacksonville 

JOHN M. GAINER 
Panama City 



LAURA L. GALLAGHER 
Zephyrhills 

ELSIE GARCIA 
St. Petersburg 

MADELINE GARRETT 
Everglades 

MARY LOUISE GARRETT 
Birmingham, Ala. 



PAUL GARRISON 
Pensacola 

RAYMONDE GATES 
Miami 

SARA RUTH GIBSON 
Madison 

FRANK N. GIBSON 
Clearwater 



BETTY ANNE GIGL 
Jacksonville 

BETTY GILCHRIST 
St. Petersburg 

CAROLYN T. GILLEN 
Jacksonville 

BARBARA GILLESPIE 
Pensacola 



'51 



VIRGINIA GILLETTE 
St. Petersburg 

EUGENIA A. GLENN 
Cross City 

JOAN GODDARD 
Jacksonville 

LYLA GOLDBERG 
Hollywood 



SHIRLEY GORDON 
Waycross, Ga. 

GERALD C. GRAY 
Daytona Beach 

BETTY GREEN 
Miami 

JOYCE GREGORY 
Dania 



JENNETTE GRIFFIN 
Jacksonville 

PAT GRIFFIN 
Tampa 

MARYSOLGRIMAL 
Tampa 

STELLA GRIMALDI 
Tampa 



CONSTANCE P. GRIMM 
St. Petersburg 

CHARLOTTE GROSS 
Palatka 

BETTY GURNEY 
Tampa 

MARY KAY GUM 
Lake Wales 



JAMES GUNN 
Tallahassee 

CHARLOTTE GUTHRIE 
Cortez 

ZADE P. GUY 
Marianna 

WANDA ANN HAILEY 
Coral Gables 



RITA R. HALL 
Lakeland 

ZADA V. HAMILTON 
Tampa 

BETTY JO HARDING 
Panama City 

ANN KUTROW 
Lakeland 





JOYCE HARKNESS 
Ft. Lauderdale 

EDITH HARMS 
Wabasso 

BEVERLY HARRINGTON 
Coral Gables 

BARBARA L. HARRIS 
Ft. Myers 



ELAINE HARRISON 
Miami 

BETTYE HART 
St. Petersburg 

MARJORIE HARTMAN 
Delray Beach 

MARY FRANCES HARVARD 
Chattahoochee 



JULIA HAYWARD 
Wildwood 

YVONNE HEAD 
Avon Park 

GRAHAM HEATH 
Marianna 

FRANKLIN HEDGES 
Melbourne 



HAROLD D. HELMS 
Troy, Ala. 

BARBARA HENDRY 
Belle Glade 

AUDREY HENRY 
Ocala 

JOAN HETTINGER 
St. Cloud 



MARJORIE HIATT 
Jacksonville 

ELIZABETH HICKS 
Plant City 

BARBARA HIGGINBOTHAM 
Miami 

FRANCES HIGGINBOTHAM 
Pensacola 



BETTY HIGHTOWER 
Wacissa 

OAKLEY HIGHTOWER 
Vernon 

LAURA HIOTT 
Melbourne 

CLARINE HOBBS 
Tampa 



'51 



EDWIN HACKER 
Pensacola 

MARIE HACKER 
Ocala 

PAT HOLDEN 
Ocala 

NANCY HOLLAND 
Winter Haven 



GLORIA HOLMES 
Lake Mohopac, N. Y. 

JEANNE HOOKER 
Belle Glade 

ANNETA HORNE 
Miami 

BETTY HORNE 
Hampton 



BETTY HUBBARD 
St. Petersburg 

BARBARA HUCKABEE 
Daytona Beach 

ELIZABETH HUDSON 
Miami 

VIRGINIA HUGHES 
Ft. Lauderdale 



BARBARA HULL 
St. Petersburg 

BETTY LOU HUNTLEY 
Green Cove Springs 

GEORGIA HUTCHINS 
Sanford 

MARIAN IRVIN 
Callahan 



NATELLE ISLEY 
Jacksonville 

NANCY JACKSON 
Coral Gables 

VERA JARVIS 
Orlando 

DORIS JEFFERIS 
Eustis 



GEORGE JENKINS 
Bonifay 

ESTHER JENSEN 
Jacksonville 

DORIS ELAINE JOHNSON 
Apalachicola 

DORIS EVA JOHNSON 
Jacksonville 




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EVA JOHNSON 
Bartow 

HELEN M. JOHANSON 
Cora! Gables 

MARY ESTHER JOHNSON 
Sebring 

SHIRLEY JOHNSON 
Clermont 



DONA JONES 
Tampa 

HARRIET JONES 
Miami 

MARGARET JONES 
Chipley 

MILDRED L. JONAS 
Palmetto 



JEAN KABRICH 
Tampa 

CHRIS KALFAS 
Tallahassee 

NORMA J. KEARNEY 
Haines City 

ROSALIND KELLER 
Tampa 



VIRGINIA KELLY 
Fernandina 

ALIX KERR 
West Palm Beach 

EMOGENE KING 
Pensacola 

REBA KINSEY 
Ft. Lauderdale 



MARIE KIRBY 
Lake City 

MARILYN KLEIN 
Miami 

ORALEZE KNIGHT 
Tampa 

NANCY KRETSCHMAR 
Bradenton 



SARA LAMBERT 
Tallahassee 

BETTY LEE LANGSTON 
Lake City 

ELEANOR LARSON 
Vero Beach 

LORRAINE LARSON 
Orlando 



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BETTY JEAN LAVENDER 
Pensacola 

MARIAN LAWTON 
Jacksonville 

ELIZABETH LAZEAR 
Eustis 

ANN W. LEE 
Leesburg 



CYNTHIA LEINBACH 
St. Petersburg 

SARAH L'ENGLE 
Jacksonville 

SUSAN L'ENGLE 
Jacksonville 

IRENE LESLIE 
Jacksonville 



LAURA JEAN LEWIS 
Alachua 

ANN LINDENMUTH 
St. Augustine 

NANETTE LINDLER 
Lake City 

ARTHUR LINDQUIST 
Winter Park 



IRENE LINICK 
Miami 

CHARLOTTE LISCHKA 
St. Petersburg 

MARY LOU LISSENDEN 
West Palm Beach 

BETTY LITTLE 
Miami 



VIRGINIA LOCKE 
Pensacola 

YVONNE LUMPKIN 
Jacksonville 

CAROLYN MARCUM 
Jacksonville 

MARVILINE McCALL 
Jacksonville 



ESTHER McCLOUD 
Miami 

HELEN McCORKLE 
Vero Beach 

IRIS McDANIAL 
Jacksonville 

marian Mcdonald 

Tampa 





ANN McKENZIE 
Orlando 

BETTY McGUFF IN 
Jacksonville 

BARBARA Y. NAILE 
West Palm Beach 

BARBARA NEEL 
Miami 



LOIS NELMS 
Tallahassee 

RUTH NELMS 
West Palm Beach 

JOANNE NELSON 
Miami 

KARL NELSON 
Penama City 



ALICE R. NICHOLS 
Anthony 

WILLIAM NORFLEET 
Hollywood 

KATHERINE NORMAN 
Jacksonville 

ALMA NORDON 
Apalachicola 



ROSALIE NUCCIO 
Tampa 

HAZEL OBERHOLTZER 
Yalaha 

LILLIAN F. OELSLAGER 
Limona 

ELOISEO'FARRELL 
Atmore, Ala. 



ANN O'QUINN 
Gainesville 



DON OSBORNE 
Baxley, Ga. 

MABLE O'STEEN 
Hollywood 

JOAN OWEN 
Daytona Beach 



MARY HELEN OWEN 
Winter Haven 

JOANNE OWSLEY 
Pensacola 

DOROTHY PACE 
Ft. Pierce 

WALDON PADGETT 
Westville 



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ANNIE PARKER 
Everglades 

MARIAN PARKER 
Daytona Beach 

VIRGINIA PARKHILL 
St. Augustine 

GEORGE PARRISH 
Gaskin 



DENNIS B. PARROTT 
St. Louis, Mo. 

FAYE PATTERSON 
Jacksonville 

CHARLES PATRICK 
Sneads 

HELEN PATRICK 
Sneads 



MARY F. PAUL 
Tavares 

DREW PEACOCK 
Altha 

SARA PEACOCK 
Blountstown 

JEAN PEEL 
Graceville 



PATRICIA PEARCE 
Sebring 

DOTTIE PEARSON 
Jacksonville 

KATHERINE PEARSON 
Jacksonville 

WALTER MYLES PHILLIPS 
Jacksonville 



JOAN PICKERILL 
Orlando 

LAURIE PLANT 
Tallahassee 

PAT PLOCKELMAN 
West Palm Beach 

JOHN POPE 
Homestead 



HELEN F. PORTER 
Apalachicola 

ESTHER L. POWELL 
Gainesville 

NANCY PRIOR 
West Palm Beach 

FAYE D. PROSSER 
Tallahassee 





FLORENCE PROTHAM 
Mims 

CONSTANCE E. PURVIS 
Miami 

MARIANNE QUIGG 
Miami 

MARY M. RATCLIFF 
Arlington, Ga. 



RUBY T. RAULERSON 
Avon Park 

JANE REESE 
West Palm Beach 

DAISY LEE REGISTER 
Atmore, Ohio 

JEAN E. REVELS 
Lake City 



AUDREY RICHARD 
Jacksonville 

JANYCE RICHARDSON 
Tallahassee 

CHARLOTTE RIEKER 
Jacksonville 

MARGARET RIGG 
St. Petersburg 



PHYLLIS RIVERS 
Miami 

OLLIE J. RIVES 
Tallahassee 

IWANA ROBINSON 
Laurel Hill 

MYRTLE RODGERS 
Arcadia 



PEGGY ROGERS 
Jacksonville 

JOAN ROPER 
Jacksonville 

MARILYN ROSNER 
Jacksonville 

BETTY ROSS 
Dunnellon 



LEE ROWEENA 
Doctor's Inlet 

BARBARA RUSHING 
Wauchula 

BETTY RUSHING 
Wauchula 

SARAH JANE SAFFOLD 
Jacksonville 



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ROBERTA SARGENT 
Miami 

MARY JANE SOWELL 
Quincy 

MARY LEE SAULS 
Tallahassee 

LEROY SAWYER 
Key West 



JEAN SAYER 
Sanford 

JOANNE SCAGGS 
Lakeland 

EDGAR SCHLITT 
Vero Beach 

MARY ANN SCHOCK 
Winter Haven 



JO ANN SCOTT 
Pensacola 

MARY KATE SCOTTEN 
Gainesville 

ANNE SCUDDER 
San Antonio 

PHILIP SEIBERT 
St. Mary's, Ohio 



ELAINE SELLAS 
Tampa 

MONTRELL SESSIONS 
Tallahassee 

PAT SHAAR 
Jacksonville 

BETTE SHANNON 
Sanford 



GLENNA SHAW 
Tampa 

JOHNNIE SHEFFIELD 
Bunnell 

CHARLES SHEPPARD 
Cross City 

RITA SIMON 
West Palm Beach 



DAVID H. SIMPSON 
Blountstown 

ANN SMITH 
St. Petersburg 

ELISE SMITH 
Jacksonville 

NADINE SONGER 
Miami Springs 





SUSAN SOSSAMON 
Tampa 

NANCY SPACH 
Coral Gables 

GERALD SPENCE 
Niceville 

MARTHA SPENCER 
Laurel Hill 



VIRGINIA C. SPENCER 
West Palm Beach 

ELLEN SPERRING 
Live Oak 

HELEN F. STABLER 
Winter Haven 

JACQUALINE STEELE 
Punta Gorda 



CARL STEPHENS 
Sarasota 

CAROLYN STEPHENS 
Jacksonville 

GRACE STEPHENS 
Ocala 

WILLIAM W. STEVENS 
Hollywood 



LILLIE B. STEVENSON 
Sebring 

ALICE STEWART 
Chattahoochee 

KATHERINE STIDHAM 
Lakeland 

JAMES R. STOKES 
Tampa 



FRANCES STRICKLAND 
Tallahassee 

MERLE SUGGS 
Pensacola 

JOANN SUMMERS 
Sarasota 

JEANNE SUTTON 
Lake City 



ROBERTA SWINGLEY 
Seffner 

MARY TARVER 
St. Augustine 

JACKIE TATE 
Leesburg 

GERALDINE TATOM 
Greenwood 



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JOYCE TEDDER 
Belle Glade 

JEAN TAYLOR 
Largo 

JENNIE TETO 
Tampa 

ANNE THOMAS 
Tampa 



CAROL J. THOMAS 
Lake City 

R ALLENE THOMAS 
Tampa 

JEANETTE THOMPSON 
Dade City 

JIM THRELKELD 
Titusville 



MARIANNE TIBBETTS 
Ft. Lauderdale 

HELENJANE TILGHAM 
St. Augustine 

MARY TOTTEN 
Oviedo 

CATHERINE TORRANCE 
Orlando 



JAMES TRAWICK 
Port St. Joe 

LOIS TROWBRIDGE 
Largo 

ELOUISE TRUETT 
St. Augustine 

JOAN TRUPP 
Miami 



LURLINE TUCKER 
Tallahassee 

DAVID M. TURNER 
Ocoee 

GLENN ODELL TURNER 
Tallahassee 

JEANETTE TURNER 
Lakeland 



MARY VASILOFF 
Fort Myers 

NANCY VAUGHN 
Lakeland 

MARGARET VICKERS 
Panama City 

CURT VOGTRITTER 
Des Plaines, III. 





B. JANICE VANTURE 
Sarasota 

LILLIAN WADE 
Ft. Lauderdale 

MAXINE WALDRON 
Ft. Lauderdale 

JACQUELINE WALKER 
Branford 



JAN WALLIS 
Jacksonville 

WILEY LEE WATKINS 
Tampa 

CAROLYN WEATHERFORD 
Frostproof 

ANNE WEATHERS 
Tallahassee 



G. EDWARD WEBB 
Baker 

PEGGY SUE WEBB 
Miami 

SUE WEBB 
Cantonment 

SHIRLEY WEISENBARGER 
Orlando 



MARY C. WELDON 
Starke 

ANNE WELLS 
Callahan 

FELICIA WELLS 
Coral Gables 

JANIS WELLS 
Orlando 



SUZANNE WHEELER 
Orlando 

CAROLYN WHITE 
Orlando 

LELAND WHITE 
St. Augustine 

HULAN WHITEHEAD 
Pensacola 



DOROTHY WHITEFIELD 
Tampa 

BETTY N. WHITTLE 
Quincy 

ZOE WIEDEMAN 
Jacksonville 

BARBARA WILL 
Belle Glade 



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CAROLYN WILLIAMS 
Inverness 

NORMA JEAN WILLIAMS 
Tampa 

VENORAH WILLIAMS 
Eustis 

JACQUELINE WILLIS 
Vero Beach 



JANE WILLIS 
Greenwood 

JEAN WILLIS 
Greenwood 

GLEN WILSON 
Marianna 

HELEN E. WILSON 
Jacksonville 



JEAN WILSON 
Pahokee 

SUZANN WILSON 
Miami 

MERRY WINKLER 
Starke 

ANNE WITHERSPOON 
Carrabelle 



JOHN WITT 
West Palm Beach 

ALMA WOOD 
Pensacola 

SARAH L. WOODWARD 
DeLand 

DOROTHY WOOLFOLK 
Cairo, Georgia 



MARY WOOTEN 
DeLand 

JOE L. WRIGHT 
Woodville 

MARJORIE A. YEATS 
Miami 

JOSEPH L. YON 
Orlando 



MARYLEE YOUNG 
Foley 

CATHERINE YONGE 
Jacksonville 

JEAN ZECH 
Miami 

ZELDA A. ZEIGLER 
Polk City 







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MARIE CHILLINGWORTH 
Social Chairman 




SARAH ADCOCK 


BETTY LEE ADDISON 


WILLIAM ALBRIGHT 


DAL ALBRITTON 


BETTY ALFORD 


ROBERTA ALFORD 


Jacksonville 


Arcadia 


St. Petersburg 


Tallahassee 


Bonifay 


Grand Ridge 


JACQUIE ALLEN 


MARTHA AMOS 


AUDREY L. ANTHONY 


J. K. ANDERSON 


LOUISE ANDERSON 


Elizabeth A. Armstrong 


K t. Myers 


Pensacola 


Apalachicola 


Manatee 


Pierson 


Lakeland 


zabeth W. Armstrong 


NORMA J. ARMSTRONG 


JOHN ARNOLD 


BEATRICE ARROJO 


KATHRYN ASPINWALL 


ARLENE M. ATWATER 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Bean City 


Gonzalez 


Tampa 


Jacksonville 


Lake Worth 


JEAN AUGUR 


CATHERINE AUSTIN 


MARY BAGGETT 


HOWARD S. BAILEY 


JOHN L. BANNER 




Jacksonville 


Apalachicola 


Tallahassee 


Tallahassee 


Americus, Georgia 





'50 



'50 



HARVEY BARBER 
Cottondale 

FLORAGENE BARNHILL 
Baker 

MARTHA E. BEALL 
West Palm Beach 

BETTY BERG 
Tampa 



WILLIAM I. BARBER 
Tallahassee 

CAMILLA BARTLEY 
Sebring 

NATALIE BECKER 
Bartow 

THOMAS T. BERKNER 
Buden, Pennsylvania 



ESTON L. BARKOSKIE 


BETTE BARNES 


ELIZABETH BARNES 


JOE ANN BARNES 


Ponte Vedra Beach 


Hollywood 


Lakeland 


Clearwater 


MARGERY BASS 


MARIANNE BASSETT 


GLORIA BAXTER 


MAX M. BAYARD 


Sweetwater, Alabama 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Gainesville 


Sarasota 


MAHLON BEDELL 


CARL BEELER 


JACK BELL 


JANE BENNET 


Woodbine, Georgia 


Tallahassee 


Marianna 


Miami Beach 



RICHARD B. BERNDT CLARA VIRGINIA BERT CATHERINE BLANTON ELIZABETH BLOUNT 

Coral Gables Havana Bradenton Grand Ridge 





BARBARA BOLING 
Jacksonville 



HAYWARD BOND 
Thomasville, Ga. 



ELLEN BOSSIDY 
Cocoa 



MINOR L. BOTT 
Aberdeen, Miss. 



MARY M. BOWLER 
West Palm Beach 



BARBARA BOYDEN 
Pensacola 



/ILLIAM H. BRANNEN ROBERT BRECKENRIDGE ELIZABETH BRINDAMOUR LAWSON BRONDRICK LEE BROOKS 

Rockledge Orlando Pinellas Park Dalton, Ga. Albuqerque, N. M. 



ALVIN H. BROWN 
Tallahassee 



MARK BROWN 


RAYMOND BROWN 


SUZANNE BROWN 


FRANCES BROWNE 


BARBARA M. BRYAN 


MARGARET BROXT 


Tampa 


Miami 


Homestead 


Lakeland 


Bradley Beach, N. J. 


Pensacola 


BARBARA BUECHLY 


MIRIAM BUCHOLTZ 


VIVIAN BUNNY 


MARTHA BURDINE 


IRENE BURTON 


LYVERNE BUSH 


Miami 


Jacksonville 


Tampa 


Leesburg 


Tallahassee 


Bon i fay 



'50 



'50 



CAROLYN SUE BUSH 


AUDREY BYRD 


BILL CAHLENBECK 


JAMES L. CALHOUN 


JOHN CALVIN 


HILLIARD CAMERON 


New Smyrna Beach 


Miami 


Pensacola 


Charleston, S. C 


Greenville, Pa 


Gainesville 


LUCILLE CAMERON 


THOMASINE CAMPBELL 


BILLIE ANN CAMP 


CURTIS W. CANNON 


ANNE CARLISLE 


CHIP E. B. CARTER 


St. Petersburg 


Wewahitchka 


Tampa 


St Augustine 


Sneads 


Baker 


JUNE MARIE CASON 


JIM COSTELLO 


HELEN CASSADY 


ISLA JUNE CASSELS 


MARY CAWTHON 


RITA SPRANKLE 


Plant City 


Miami 


Graceville 


Arcadia 


DeFuniak Springs 


Miami 


HERBERT CHANDLER 


MARJORIE CHANDLEY 


GERALDINECHASTAIN 


JAMES CHILDS 


MARIE CHILLINGWORTH 


NAN CHURCH 


Tallahassee 


Lake Wales 


Bradenton 


Bonifay 


West Palm Beach 


Ellenton 





EDITH CLARK 


JOSEPH CLARK 


JOYCE A. CLARK 


MARY ANN CLARKE 


JO ANN CLOUD 


MILDRED CLONTS 


Jacksonville 


Chattahoochee 


Tampa 


Monticello 


Orlando 


Stuart 


WILLIAM A COGBURN 


JOYCE COLEMAN 


ROBERT COLLIER 


BETTY COLLINS 


CATHERINE COLONNESO 


R. E. COMPTON 


Marianna 


Tallahassee 


Blakely, Ga. 


Jacksonville 


Palmetto 


Jacksonville 


RTHUR P. W. CONNELLY 


BETTY COOK 


NELL COOK 


ROBERT COOPER 


DWANE COPEDGE 


VELMA COOPER 


Tampa 


Miami 


Marianna 


St. Petersburg 


Clearwater 


Bainbridge, Ga. 


JOAN E. COVINGTON 


BARBARA COWDERY 


JACQUELINE COX 


JASPER COX 


ROSALYN COX 


NINA CRAIG 


Pensacola 


Miami 


Tampa 


St. Augustine 


Fernandina 


Dade City 



'50 






'50 



LUNETTE CRAVEY 


ELINOR CREWS 


EVELYN CRIBBS 


MARGARET CROMER 


LOU JEANNE CRUM 


HELEN CULBRETH 


Pensacola 


Keystone Heights 


Branford 


Delray Beach 


Weirsdale 


Panama City 


SARA CULBRETH 


CHRISTY DALE 


RICHARD D. DAVIS 


CAROL DEAN 


MARY LUCY DECKER 


DINA DIFRABRIZIO 


Panama City 


Jacksonville 


Arcadia 


Tallahassee 


Miami 


Tampa 


ROSEMARY DIXON 


JOAN DOBROW 


RANDELL DODD 


DANNYE ANN MASSEY 


CHARLES DOSS 


IRIS DOSSEY 


Tampa 


West Palm Beach 


St. Petersburg 


Marianna 


Tavares 


Plant City 


FRANCES DOUGLAS 


BETTY DUNCAN 


GEORGE DUTTON 


NANCY E. EATOUGH 


JOHN EDENFIELD 


MARY G. EDENFIELD 


Weirsdale 


Daytona Beach 


Abingdon, Va. 


Miami 


Tallahassee 


Panama City 





CAROLYN M. EDGE 
Hawthorne 



VALMA EDWARDS 
Tallahassee 



ELAINE EISELSTEIN 
Orlando 



JEAN ELDEN 
Tarpon Springs 



VI JEANNE ELLIS 
DeLand 



BARBARA J. ELLIOT 
St. Petersburg 



ANN EVANS 
Tampa 



HOWARD J. FALCON 
Delray Beach 



BETH FARNELL 
Ouiedo 



ANNA L. FERNANDEZ 
Tampa 



MARY FINLEY 
Orlando 



GENE FITCHNER 
Tallahassee 



JEAN FOGARTY 
Sarasota 



ADDIE RUTH FOLKS 
Dunnellon 



FRANKLIN W. FONES 
Perry 



BARBARA FOSGATE 
Coral Gables 



SHIRLEY FUTCH 
Ormond 



LILLIAN FRIEDMAN, 
St. Augustine 



MARGARET FREDENBURG CHARLETON GALLOWAY JOHN GARDELLA 

Orlando DeSoto City Brooklyn, N. Y. 



MABLE GARDNER 
Jacksonville 



PEGGY GATEWOOD 
Orlando 



MARY ETTA GATLIN 
Tallahassee 



'50 



'50 



ED GAY 


HOWARD D. GEHRES 


POLLY GEROW 


JAMES D. GIBSON 


JUDY GIBSON 


KENNIS W. GILBERT 


Tavares 


Allock, Ky. 


Tampa 


Jacksonville 


Pensacola 


Tallahassee 


BARBARA GILMORE 


JAMES GLISSON 


WILLIE J. GLOVER 


GRIFFITH GODFREY 


EMILY GALSON 


HELEN GONG 


Tallahassee 


Tallahassee 


Monticello 


Chipley 


Marianna 


Miami 


NANCY JO GONZALEZ 


RAMON GONZALEZ 


EVELYN GOODING 


BEVERLY GOODNIGHT 


WALTER GRANGER 


CARLTON GRAY 


Sanford 


Tampa 


Tampa 


Pensacola 


Belle Glade 


Tallahassee 


MARION A. GREENE 


ALYCE GRIFFIN 


ELIZABETH GRIFFITH 


SHIRLEY HALL 


PAT HAMILTON 


FRANK M. HAMMOCK 


Tampa 


Tampa 


Tampa 


Miami Beach 


Miami 


Tallahassee 




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UANITA HANSON 


AILEEN HARDING 


BETTY LOU HARDIN 


WINONA HARDY 


EFFIE HARGRAVE 


JOYCE HARPER 


Orlando 


Orlando 


Lakeland 


Winter Park 


Brooker 


Tallahassee 


MARIE HARTLEY 


MARIE HARVELL 


CAROL HARVEY 


BETTY ANN HAWKINS 


BOBBIE J. HAYES 


MIRIAM HAYNES 


Jacksonville 


Tallahassee 


Crawfordville 


St. Augustine 


Frostproof 


Jacksonville 


NANCY HEFNER 


JEAN HENDERSON 


IMA LEE HENDRY 


SID HENRY 


SARA HENSON 


JACQUELYN HESTER 


Ocala 


Miami 


Perry 


Tampa 


Bradenton 


Leesburg 


■AMONA HERMAN 


MARTHA HEWETT 


ALMA HIGGINBOTHAM 


ANNA PATRICIA HILL 


RICHARD D. HILL 


JACKIE HINTON 


Miami 


Lakeland 


Callahan 


Lakeland 


West Palm Beach 


Ft. Lauderdale 



'50 



'50 



HELEN HOBBS 


STANLEY HOBSON 


MARJORIE HODGE 


JULIA ANNE HOFFMAN 


ANNAG. HOLDEN 


JOSEPHINE HOLLEMAN 


Tampa 


Sarasota 


Tampa 


Ft. Myers 


Ocala 


Crestview 


FRED K. HONOUR 


WILLIAM H. HOPKINS 


HOWARD HORTON 


CHARLES P. HOSPODAR 


MARY ALICE HUNT 


RALPH W. E. HUNT 


Daytona Beach 


Cairo, Ga. 


Ft. Pierce 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Jacksonville 


Tampa 


rtARILYNE HUNTER 


ELSIE 1. HARGRAVE 


PEGGY HODGSON 


LUCY ELTON 


PHILLIP FLEMING 


ANNE FLOURNOY 


Auburndale 


St. Petersburg 


Daytona Beach 


Chipley 


Terra Ceia 


DeFuniak Springs 


DOLORES DANIELS 


SARAH JACKSON 


ROBERT V. JARRETT 


WALTER G. JARRELL 


VANCE JELKS 


GLADYS G. JOHNSON 


Haines City 


Sebring 


Pensacola 


White Springs 


Delray Beach 


Tallahassee 





DAVID JOHNSON 


ERMA JAMES 


ESTHER JOHNSON 


WALTER JOHNSON 


DANATTA JONES 


MARGARY JONES 


St. Augustine 


Sebastian 


Cocoa 


Port St. Joe 


Arcadia 


Crescent City 


MARJORIE Y. JONES 


MARY ELLEN JONES 


HELEN JUNGMEYER 


MOLLY ANN KARY 


ANN KEYTON 


JAMES E. KINSEY 


Tallahassee 


Sebring 


Tampa 


Tallahassee 


Thomasville, Ga 


Ft. Lauderdale 


OSCAR KINSEY 


SARA KINARD 


W C. KNIGHT 


WILLIAM JOSEPH KNIGHT 


CALVIN B. KOESY 


WAYNE KOGER 


Aucilla 


Oca la 


Jacksonville 


Jacksonville 


Tallahassee 


Jacksonville 


RONALD M. KOONS 


SUZANNE KUNKEl 


SAM LAMAR 


LEILA LANE 


PATRICIA LANEY 


WILLIAM J. LANG 


Jacksonville 


St. Petersburg 


Brooksville 


Orlando 


Port St. Joe 


Umatilla 



'50 



'50 



ANGEL LAPPINGTON 


WILDA LARSON 


BETTY LATIMER 


ALDINE LAW 


RICHARD LAWRENCE 


KATHERINE LEE 


Pensacola 


Tallahassee 


Miami 


Pinetta 


Marianna 


Bradenton 


RUTH LEMMON 


ESTHER LENOX 


JANNIE L. LEVINES 


HENRY LEWIN 


J. VIRGIL LEWIS 


NORMA E. LEWIS 


Bakerville 


Miami 


Arcadia 


Key West 


Jasper 


Marianna 


LEORA LIPE 


JANET LITTLE 


FLORENCE E. LITTLETON 


GILES V. LOFTON 


ANNE LOMAX 


GLENNA LONG 


Daytona Beach 


Miami Beach 


Madison 


Jacksonville 


Jacksonville 


Tampa 


JOY LOUISE LONG 


ROBERTA LOVE 


MYRA LUCE 


EILEEN LOMAX 


JEAN LUMPKIN 


DORIS LUNDGREN 


Palatka 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Williston 


Tampa 


Miami 


Miami 





CYTHIA LURIE 
Addison, III. 



DORIS LUSTER 
Leesburg 



CHARLIE MACON 
Greensboro 



MARTHA W. MADDOX 
Tallahassee 



JACK MAHON 
Port St. Joe 



GWENDOLYN MANDEVIL| 
Tampa 



MACK MANGHAM 
Miami 



MARIAN MAROTTA 
Tampa 



RUTH L. MARSHALL 
Orlando 



JOHN L. MAHER 
Jacksonville 



COLEEN A. MARTIN ALBERT RAY MASSE X 

Miami New Smyrna Beach 



THERESA K. MATTMAN BARBARA MAURER 

Sarasota Orlando 



BERTHA MAY 
Tampa 



DANNITTE H. MAYS 
Tallahassee 



ROBERTA McATEE 
Tampa 



PRISCILLA McCASKIL 
Perry 



IJETTY JEAN McCORMICK CORNELIA McCREARY ELEANOR McDONALD ROBERT McDONALD SARAH McFARLIN 

Jacksonville Jacksonville Ft. Myers West Palm Beach Winter Haven 



MARTHA McGAHEE! 
Jacksonville 



'50 



'50 



lARY ANNE McGINLEY 


JANE McLEOD 


BETTY SUE McPHAUL 


WILLIAM V. McNEIR 


HAROLD MERCER 


DAVID MERLIN 


Jacksonville 


Aucilla 


Port St. Joe 


Pensacola 


Nashua, N. H. 


Tampa 


HARRY B. MERNER 


EVAN A. MERRITT 


ANN MESSER 


MARILYN MEYER 


LENA MEYER 


SHIRLEY MEYER 


Jacksonville 


Sumterville 


Greenwood 


Gainesville 


Apalachicola 


St. Augustine 


MARGUERITE MYERS 


MARJORIE MIDDLETON 


BETTY JO MILLER 


BILLY GENE MILLER 


MAXINE MINER 


ANTHONY MONTS DE OCA 


Miami 


Jacksonville 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Wausau 


Tampa 


Tampa 


ETTIE CLIFTON MOOR 


BARBARA J. MORGAN 


GENE A. MORSE 


MILDRED MORSE 


MARY MOWISER 


MARGARET MOYER 


Tallahassee 


Orlando 


Marianna 


Pinetta 


Lakeland 


Sebring 





HARRY MULLIKIN 


FRANCES MUNNERLYN 


AILEEN MURPHY 


PATRICIA MURPHY 


RAYT. NAPIER 


HAZEL ANN NELSON 


Tallahassee 


Kissimmee 


Orlando 


Brooksville 


Greenwood 


Panama City 


DOT NEVILLE 


GLORfA NOWAK 


M. L. OLIVER 


OLIVE CAROL OSBURN 


JUDY OWENS 


MARY LOUISE OXER 


Miami 


Pensacola 


Apalachicola 


Crestview 


Vero Beach 


Lake Placid 


JAMES PAGE 


CHRISTINE PARKER 


ANN PARRISH 


PEGGY PARRISH 


NATALIE PARRAMORE 


RICHARD C. PAULINE] 


Greenville 


Tampa 


Gainesville 


Miami 


St. Petersburg 


St. Petersburg 


JOSEPH E. PEEL 


MARTHA PEEL 


LAVERNE PENDLEY 


FRANK PENNELL 


PRISCILLA PENNINGTON 


MARIANNA PERMENTER 


Chipley 


Graceville 


Alachua 


Columbus, Ga. 


Miami 


Jacksonville 



'50 



'50 



MURIEL PERRY 


LEWIS H. PETERS 


MARY F. PETERS 


JANET PETRALIA 


MARGARET PETTIS 


MARY PETTIT 


Tampa 


Albany, Ga. 


Orlando 


Tampa 


Key West 


Miami 


ELIZABETH PICKETT 


REBECCA 1. PORTNOY 


ROSE MARIE POSEY 


CATHERINE POWELL 


MARTHA POWELL 


MINA JO POWELL 


Pahokee 


Jacksonville 


Largo 


St. Petersburg 


Brewster 


Thomasville 


NANCY POWELL 


RALPH POWELL 


RAMONA POWERS 


PRISCILLA PORTER 


MARCELLA PRESLEY 


RAYMOND S. PRICE 


Jacksonville 


West Palm Beach 


West Palm Beach 


DeLeon Springs 


Crestview 


Pensacola 


THOMAS M. PRIEST 


MERRELLA PRITCHETT 


MARY PROCTOR 


VIOLET PUGLISI 


PEGGY RAINEY 


DONALD R. REED 


Crystal River 


Tampa 


Hastings 


Tampa 


Tampa 


Tallahassee 




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GLORIA REEVES 


WILLIAM C. REGISTER 


HELEN RUTH REID 


BEVERLY RENTZ 


HILDA RENWICK 


JOSEPHINE RIECKEN 


Miami 


Arcadia 


Ft. Myers 


Jacksonville 


New Smyrna Beach 


Orlando 


FRANCES RIHERD 


BARBARA RIMEY 


ELIZABETH C. ROBERTS 


WILLIAM C. ROBERTS 


ELIZABETH ROBERTSON 


MARTHA ROBINSON 


Lake Butler 


St. Petersburg 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Port St. Joe 


Tampa 


Daytona Beach 


JAMES B. ROGERS 


MARGARET ROGERS 


MARY ROSENBUSH 


MILDRED ROSS 


YVONNE ROWAN 


JEANETTE RUDD 


Clearwater 


St. Petersburg 


Green Cove Springs 


Tallahassee 


Greensboro 


Stuart 


HELEN RUMPH 


HERBOTH RYDER 


IDA SANTOS 


AUBREY L. SAPP 


RAY SCHONECK 


SHIRLEY SCHROEDER 


Miami 


Tallahassee 


Tampa 


Manatee 


Key West 


Tampa 



'50 



'50 



'NTHIA SCHUMACHER 


FRANK E. SCOTT 


MARGARET SCOTT 


ANN SEGREST 


PAT SELWAY 


CHARLES H. SENIOR 


Sebring 


Perry 


Orlando 


Sneads 


Miami Beach 


Boynton Beach 


TRUBY SHAW 


ANN SHEPPARD 


ANN V. SHIVER 


JUNE M. SINCLAIR 


SARAH SINGLETARY 


BILLYE SKAGGS 


Panama City 


Chipley 


Winter Park 


Jacksonville 


Marianna 


Ft. Pierce 


CAROLYN SKINNER 


GUSSIE SKINNER 


DIANA SMITH 


CHARLES G. SMITH 


CLAIRE SMITH 


CLINTON SMITH 


West Point, Pa. 


Archer 


Orlando 


Tallahassee 


Winter Haven 


Center Hill 



_OIS IMOGENE SMITH MARIAN L. SMITH 

Tallahassee DeLand 



THOMAS P. SMITH ARLENE L.SOLOMON BARBARA SOUTHARD GLENNA SPARKMAN 

Tampa Miami Beach New Smyrna Beach Dade City 





ANN SPARKMAN 


JULIE SPENCER 


HELEN SPACH 


RITA SPRANKLE 


GLORIA STAFFORD 


JEANNE STALNAKER 


Dade City 


Miami 


Coral Gables 


Miami 


Marianna 


Haines City 


BEVERLY STAPLES 


ALICE STEED 


LOIS STEVENSON 


BETTY STEWART 


WILLIAM B. STICH 


BRUCE STONE 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Orlando 


Sebring 


Milton 


Clearwater 


Miami 


CARMEN M. TARZETTI 


CLIFFORD O.TAYLOR 


OR VILLE TAYLOR 


RAY TAYLOR 


FLOYD THACKER 


ELISE THOMAS 


DeLisle, Miss. 


Ft. Pierce 


Tampa 


Thomasville, Ga. 


Jacksonville 


St. Petersburg 


AUSTIN D. STONER 


AUGUSTA STRUCK 


JANET SWEET 


JAMES TALLEY 


WILLIAM TANNER 


JANE TAPRELL 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Pensacola 


St. Petersburg 


Tallahassee 


New Smyrna Beach 


Daytona Beach 



'50 



'50 



GEORGIA THOMAS 


TWYLA J. THOMAS 


INEZ THOMPSON 


GLENN ANNA THORP 


JOSEPHINE THORPE 


INGRIDTIERSE 


Panama City 


Palatka 


Jacksonville 


Auburndale 


Miami 


Titusville 


ANNE TIMMONS 


BETTY TIMMONS 


MARIE TOBIAS 


JOYCE TODD 


MARGARETTA TOLTON 


NAOMI TOMLINSON 


Quincy 


Quincy 


Chipley 


Quincy 


Pensacola 


Cocoa 


MARGARET TOOLE 


CAROLYN TURNAGE 


IRMA TURNER 


BARBARA TURNIPSEED 


RUTH TUSTING 


PEGGY ULMER 


Chattahoochee 


Chattahoochee 


Tampa 


Ocala 


St. Petersburg 


Stuart 


OHN S. VANDEROEF 


DOT VAN EEOPOEL 


RUTH VAUSE 


LENORA VEDDER 


OLGA VEGA 


WILLIAM E. VILLAR 


Clearwater 


Tampa 


Umatilla 


Orlando 


Tampa 


Milton 





JOAN VINSON 


PAT VINSON 


JOHN S. WADE 


MARGUERITE WAINWRIGHT BETTY WADE 


MARTHA WALKER 


Tarr.pa 


Miami 


Miami Beach 


Lavvty 


Tampa 


Milton 


ELSIE WARD 


HENRY D. WARD 


JANET WATERMAN 


WILLIAM A. WATERS 


HELEN WEAVER 


LUCY WEISENBERGER 


Haines City 


Bonifay 


Tallahassee 


St. Petersburg 


Tallahassee 


Bradenton 


ALBERT WELSH 


RHODA WENTZ 


THOMASINA WEST 


MURL WESTER 


ROZANNE WESTMORELAND 


BETTY WHEELER 


St. Petersburg 


Red Creek, N. Y. 


Coral Gables 


High Springs 


High Springs 


Tallahassee 


JUNE WHIDDEN 


JOYCE WHISENANT 


DA' C Y L. WHITAKER 


MARTHA WHITAKER 


GERTRUDE WHITTY 


RONALD WILDES 


Tampa 


Palmetto 


Bunnell 


Gainesville 


Lee 


Tampa 



'50 



'50 



LUCILE WILKINS 
Laurel Hill 



RAHL W. WILKINSON 
Dania 



DOLORES WILLIAMS 
Lake City 



JOANNAH WILLIAMS MARTHA JANE WILLIAMS CALVIN W. WILLIAMS 
Lakeland Bradenton Monricello 



BLANCHE D. WILLSON 
Perry 



WANDA WILLIAMS 
Ft. Myers 



MILDRED WINFIELD 
Ocala 



BETTY WILSON 
Gulfport, Miss. 



JANICE V. WILSON 
Jacksonville 



JESSE P. WILSON 
Okeechobee 



FRANK WITHAM 
St. Petersburg 



DORIS WOLFE 
Pensacola 



MARY ALICE WOLFE 
St. Augustine 



ANN WOOD 
Fort Myers 



ROBERT C. WOOLFE 
West Palm Beach 



MARY ANN YANCEY 
Umatilla 



LEONDRES YOUNG WYNONAH ZETROWER CHARLOTTE ZELLERMAYER BARBARA ZIPF 

Tallahassee Palatka Miami Fort Lauderdale 



JUDDY MARSHALL 
Tallahassee 



ROBERTA McBRIDE 
Tallahassee 






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JAZEL CLARKSON 
Parliamentarian 



SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 





Abel, Leah 

Wrightsville, Pa. 

American Organist Guile 

American Chemical 

Society 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 

Gamma Sigma Epsilon 



Allsopp, N. Phyllis 

Washington, D. C. 

Tally-Ho Staff 

I. R. C. 

Art Club 



EDWIN R. WALKER, Ph. D. 
Dean, School of Arts and Sciences 





Almyda, Joseph G. 

Tampa 

Cavaliers 

Gold Key 




Barnes, William W. 

St. Petersburg 




Baxter, Carolyn 

Ponce de Leon 
Psychology Club 
Y. W. C. A. 
Westminster Fellowsh 



Beland, Leola A. 

Pensacola 
Playnight Committee- 
Program Chairman 
Vice Pres. Residence Hal 
Speech Plays 
Zeta Phi Eta 
Delta Zeta 




Benedict, Ann B. 

Tallahassee 
Kappa Delta 




Bennet, Lula 

Tampa 

Geography Club 

Circus 





Berns, Margie 

Miami 
Ch. Freshman Lower 

Court 

Pres. Jennie Murphree 

Jr. Counselor 

I. R. C. 

World Federalists 

Alpha Lambda Delta 




Berry, Fred H. 

Pensacola 

Kappa Sigma 

Trans. Tulane Univ. 




Blake, John W. 

Tallahassee 
Sigma Chi 



Baker, Peggy 

Jacksonville 
Art Club 




Blakey, Millard Lee 

Tallahassee 

Phi Delta Theta 

Inter-Frat. Counsel 

Pre. -Med. Club 

Baptist Student Union 




Blocker, Margaret A. 

St. Petersburg 
Pi Beta Phi — Rush Ch. 
Soph. Council 
Lower Court — Off- 
Campus 
Tally-Ho Staff 



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Borysewich, Harry 

Winter Garden 



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Braun, Margaret 

Tallahassee 

Tally-Ho 

Art Club 

Newman Club 

Day Students Club 




Brinkman, Lois 

Miami 
Newman Club 



Calhoun, Betty 

Jacksonville, Fla. 




Carter, Anne 

Orlando 

Pi Beta Phi — 

Pres. '48-'49 

Freshman Senator 

Chairman Soph. Council 

Sec. Vice Pres. C. G. A. 

Spirogira 

Mortar Board 

Women's Senate 

University Senate 

Garnet Key 




Carter, Priscilla 

Jacksonville 

Art Club Pres. 

House Counselor 

Tally-Ho 





Childers, John K. 

Tallahassee 

Art Club 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

Beta Alpha 




Clark, Gladys 

Tampa 

Phi Mu 

Sophomore Council 

Junior Counselor 

Pre. to Senate 

Senior Class Treas. 




Clifton, Marie 

DeLand 



Clowe, Winifred 

Lake Worth 




Coghlan, Carol 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Zeta Tau Alpha — Sec. 

Y. W. C. A. 

Westminster Fellowship 

I. R. C. 

Freshman Flunkies 




Colbert, William J. 

Tallahassee 

Kappa Alpha — Sec. 

Sports Staff — Flambeau 

Univ. Honor Court — Sec. 





Curtis, Virginia 

Tampa 

Pi Beta Phi — Sec, 

Vice Pres., House Ch. 

Freshman Flunkies 

Freshman Carnival 

Y. W. C. A. 

Off Campus Comm., 

Sect. 




Dawkins, Emily 

Tampa 

Alpha Xi Delta 

American Chem. Society 

Gamma Sigma Epsilon 

Alpha Lambda Chi 




Dedge, Mary Alice 

Daytona 
Zeta Phi Eta 



o, Elizabeth Ann 

Miami 
•nbeau — Bus. Mgr. 




Dickie, George 

Palmetto 

Sec. & Treas. — T.B.U.F. 

Bus. Mgr. — T.B.U.F. 

Senate 

Organizations Comm. 

Homecoming Comm. 

Gold Key — Pres. 




Dillard, Pat 

Miami 

Pi Beta Phi 

Ch. Freshman Flunkies 

Senate 

Sophomore Council 

Spirogyra 

Judiciary — Ch. 

Mortar Board 



English, Alvany 

Plant City 
Geography Club 





Fiezl, Ruth Dolores 

Orlando 

Los Picaros de Lope de 

Vega 

Sigma Delta Pi 

Newman Club 




Flynn, Margaret 

Tallahassee 

Chi Omega 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Sophomore Council 

Senior Rep. Honor Coui 

Cotillion 



Foster, Julian S. 

Sarasota 
Mayor of Whispering 
Pines 




Fussell, Nita 

Tampa 




Gard, Katherine 

Tallahassee 





Gavilan, Norma 

Tampa 

Los Picaros 
Newman Club 




Gleaton, Carroll W. 

Tampa 

Pre-Med. Club 

American Chem. Society 

Sigma Gamma Epsilon 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 




Gonzalez, Yolondai 

Tampa 

Freshman Flunkies 

Newman Club 

Los Picaros 



Goodell, Virginia 

Jacksonville 

Freshman Class Treas. 

Judiciary 

Soph Council 

Spirogira 

"F" Club 

Honor Committee 

Garnet Key 

Mortar Board 




Gray, Jimmie 

Quincy 

Pi Beta Phi 

Program Chairman 




Griffith, Idana 

St. Petersburg 
Univ. Chorus 





Hagan, Tom A. 

Tallahassee 



Hardacre, Jane 

Jacksonville 




Hare, Edgar 

Tallahassee 



Hargraves, Shirley 

Bushnell 

Soph. Council 

"F" Club 

Soph. Class Senator 

Jr. Class Secretary 

Jr. Counselor 

B. S. U. Council 




Harris, Frank 

Bartow 
Canterbury Club 




Harris, George H. 

Pensacola 







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Harrison, Kay 

Tallahassee 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Freshman Flunkies 

Sec. of Cam. Radio Sta. 

Radio Workshop 
Ed. Kappa Alpha Theta 




Haywood, Alice 

Tallahassee 




Hipp, Helen 

Sarasota 



Hooker, Phyllis 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Pre-Med Club 




Horrox, Mildred 

Lake Wales 




Houlihan, Betty M. 

Lake Alfred 





Howard, James B. 

Panama City 




Hunt, Audrey 

Minneola 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

"F" Club 

Junior Councilor 

Senior Hall Council 




Jefferson, Rufus 

Tampa 

Pres. World Federalists 

Pre-Law 

Gold Key 

Pres. Senior Class 

Pres. Jr.-Sr. Class 

Chief Justice T.B.U.F. 

Senator T.B.U.F. 
Constitution Comm. 
Honor Code Comm. 



Jenkins, Alice 

Zephyrhills 

Marching Band 

Concert Band 

Symphony Orchestra 

String Quartet 





Johnson, Edith 

Jacksonville 

Art Club 

Alpha Omicron Pi 

I. R. C. 




Kelly, James E. 

Ft. Myers 
A. E. D. 




King, Margery V. 

Dunnellon 

Sigma Kappa 

Los Picaros 

Geography Club 

Sponser, Delta Tau Delta 




Leach, Anne K. 

West Palm Beach 
Kappa Alpha Theta, 

House Ch., Pres. 

Freshman Flunkies 

Freshman Carnival 

Off Campus Comm. 

Tally-Ho Staff 




Love, Frances 

Cocoa 
I. R. C. 



Mallard, Margery 

Tampa 

Sophomore Council 

'. G. A., 3rd Vice-Pres. 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

President Garnet Key 

Mortar Board 




Mathis, Colleen 

Vero Beach 




Mauldin, Retha Mae 

Williston 

Westminister Fellowship 

Y.W.C.A. 




McClure, Betty Clair 

Tallahassee 
Zeta Phi Eta 



McLamore, Sarah F. 

Pensacola 
Sigma Delta Pi 

Los Picaros 

Junior Counselor 

Life Saving Corps 

Wesley Foundation 

Radio Workshop 





Miller, Mary C. 

Blountstown 

Zeta Tau Alpha 



Nelson, Botty Wells 

DeFuniak 

Chi Omega 

University Senate 

Woman's Senate 

"F" Club 




Patton, Howard 

Macon, Ga. 

Beta Phi Colony of 

Phi Delta Theta 



Rhoads, Ann 

Jacksonville 

Life Saving Corps 

Tallahassee Soc. of 

Ornithology 




McCormack, Martha 

Jacksonville 

Social Standards Comm. 

Junior Counselor 

Lower Court 
Westminister Fellowship 

Zeta Phi Eta 




McGoogan, Margaret 

Jacksonville 

Delta Zeta 

Westminister Fellowship 



McLearn, Paul D. 

Tampa 

Kappa Alpha — Pres. 

Sandspur Cast 

Sandspur Script 

Pres. Council 

I. F. C. Drive 




Meyer, Geraldine 

Frostproof 
Alpha Lambda Delta 
Gamma Sigma Epsilon 





Miller, Ethel 

Miami 




Murrell, Carol 

Cocoa 
Junior Counselor 

I. R. C. 
University Chorus 
Geography Club 




Nickinson, Em Turner 

Pensacola 

Kappa Delta 

Tarpon 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 

Junior Counselor 

Life Saving Corps 

Usher Comm. 

Freshman Flunkies 

Presbyerian Council, 

Worship Ch. 




Nordan, Annette 

St. Augustine 

Vice Pres. Y.W.C.A. 

F. S. U. Bands 





Pearlman, Donald H. 

Tallahassee 
Trans, from U. of F. 




Price, Burton 

Quincy 




Roberts, Fern Meta 

Tampa 
Sophomore Counsel 

I. R. C. 

World Federalists 

House Pres. of Bryan 

House V.-Pres. of Landis 

Woman's Senate 

Junior Minstrel 




Robertson, Hazel 

Orlando 
"F" Club 




Rodriquez, Arsenia 

Tampa 

Newman Club 

V.-Pres. Sigma Delta Pi 

V.-Pres. Spanish House 

Floor-Ch. Sopomore Year 




Rogers, Verna 

Miami 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Zeta Phi Eta 

Newman Club 




Routon, Sarah F. 

Quincy 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Sophomore Rep. 




Sackhoff, Jerry 

Narcoossee 




Sanchez, Hilda 

Tampa 

Los Picaros — Pres. 

Sigma Delta Pi — Sec. 

Junior Counselor 



Rogolino, Natalina 

St. Augustine 
Newman Club 
Sigma Delta Pi 

Pi Delta Phi 
Junior Counselor 





Scott, Karhryn L. 

Tallahassee 

Band 

Newman Club 




Setcliff, Bobbie 

Ft. Lauderdale 




Simmons, Marion B. 

Tampa 



Simon, Barbara Dale 

West Palm Beach 

Alpha Delta Pi — 

Scholarship Chairman, 

Chapter Reporter 




Skevakis, Artemus 

St. Petersburg 

Chi Omega 

Mortar Board 

Ed-in-Chief Tally-Ho 

Pres. Canterbury Club 

Spirogira 

"F" Club 

Sophomore Council 

Vice Pres. Junior Class 

Garnet Key 

Art Club 

Freshman Carnival 

Sophomore Hop 

Odd Demonstration 

Mademoiselle College 

Board 



Smith, Gladys 

Tampa 

Orchestra 

String Quartette 

Canterbury Club 




Spurgeon, Katherinc 

Ft. Pierce 

Delta Zeta — Treas. 

Delegate, Summer '48 

Member I. R. C. 



Settle, Renee 

New Smyrna Beach 
Kappa Delta — Asst. 

Treasurer 

Freshman Flunkies 

Sophomore Council 

V.-Pres. Magnolia Hall 

Phychology Club 




Stevens, Nancy Ann 

Pahokee 
Flambeau Staff 
Flastacowo Staff 




Stewart, Lois 

St. Petersburg 




Starnes, Hallie M. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Trans, from Memphis 

State College. 











Stinson, Ann 


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De Funiak 


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Alpha Delta Pi 


Zeta Phi Eta 


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Stulk, Frances 

Winter Garden 

Freshman Flunkies 

Junior Counselor 

B. S. U. 




Sullivan, Newton B. 

Tallahassee 




Swanson, Margaret 

Palm Beach 

Alpha Gama Delta 

Tarpon Club 



Sweet, Betty 

Miami 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Ch. Red Cross Comm. 




Teague, Ann S. 

Jacksonville 

Delta Delta Delta 

Social Chairman 

Pre-Med Club 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 




Thompson, Sarah 

Barberville 





Thornton, Wilbur G. 

Jacksonville 




Verser, Catherine 

Tallahassee 




Vickery, Marjorie 

Jasper 



Walters, Violet 

Jacksonville 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

Freshman Flunkies 

Sophomore Council 

Usher Committee 

Sandspur 

Odd Demonstration 

Junior Minstrels 

Odd Dance 




Wamble, Edna 

Tampa 




Worrell, Charles O. 

Jacksonville 





Watt, Marilyn A. 

Lakeland 

Kappa Delta 

Trans, from Ga. State 

College for Women 




Wells, John D. 

Tallahassee 




White, Frances 

Tallahassee 

Kappa Delta 

Usher Committee 

Circus 



Wiggins, Ernest C. 

Jacksonville 




Williams, Fred E. 

Havana, Fla. 

Sigma Chi 




Willner, Winona Eloise 

Valrico 

Y.W.C.A. 

Vestry Member Episcopal 

St. House 




Wilson, Clara Virginia 

Tampa 

Sophomore Council 

Modern Dance Team 

Junior Minstrels 

Freshman Lower Court 

Sandspur 

Senior Hall Council 

Junior Counselor 
Vice Pres. Reynolds 




Wilson, Louise 

Jacksonville 

Delta Zeta 




Winn, Margaret Eli 

Lake Butler 



Woodall, Rosalie 

Kissimmee 

Usher Club 




Wooten, Jane 

Bradenton 

Chi Omega — Pledge 

Trainer, V.-Pres. 

Cotillion 

C.G.A. Dance Chairman 

Social Standards Com. 

Zeta Phi Eta 




Wright, Karhryn 

Pensacola 





Zewadski, JaAnne 

Tampa 

Pi Beta Phi — Athletic 

Manager 

Tarpon — V.-Pres., Pres. 

Sophomore Council 

Life Saving Corps 

Red Cross — Treas. 

"F" Club 

Mortar Board 

Honor Committee 




Allsopp, Phyllis 

Weirsdale 




Bailey, Jeanell 

West Palm Beach 
Kappa Alpha Theta 



Barash, Esther 

West Palm Beach 

Delta Phi Epsilon — - 

House Ch. 

Hillel — Pres. 

Sr. Life Saving Corps 

Freshman Flunkies 




Brokaw, Martha 

Orlando 
Alpha Gamma Delta 




Gallagher, Catherine 

Zephyrhills 





Hipp, Helen 

Sarasota 




Johnson, Paul 

St. Augustine 




McDonald, Martha 

Sebring 

Delta Zeta 

Zeta Phi Eta 



Nightingale, Jane 

Neptune Beach 
Phi Mu 




Tuttle, Pauline 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Fresh. Class Pres. 

Soph. Class Pres. 

Soph. Council 

FClub 

Vice-President WGA 

President WGA 

Mortar Board 

Garnet Key 

Who's Who 




Simpson, Laura 

Ft. Myers 

Phi Mu 

Tally-Ho Staff 

Freshman Carnival 

Freshman Flunkies 

Odd Dem. '46 

Jr. Minstrels '46 

Glee Club 

Spirogira 

Garnet Key 

Sandspur '47, '48, '49 

Jr.-Sr. Prom 

Art Club 




EDUCATION 




RALPH LEE EYMA1N, Ed. D. 
Mean, School of Education 




Atlas, Gladys M. 

Jacksonville 

Delta Phi Epsilon — Pres. 

Social Ch., Pledge Mis. 

Freshman Flunkies 

Hillel 

University Chorus 

Talaria Staff 




Barton, Irene F. 

Anderson, S. C. 




Becknell, Peggy 

Tampa 

Sec. A. A. H. P. E. R. 

Sec. "F" Club 




Bishop, Frances 

West Palm Beach 




Boston, Pearl 

Gotha 




Brinkman, E. 

Miami 

Cotillion 

Newman 

International Relation 

Club 

Rifle Club 



Batman, Lu Anne 

Tampa 
"F" Club 






Bolton, William H. 

Perry 





Brown, Elaine 

Madison 

"F" Club 

Sophomore Council 

Vice Pres. Women's 

Rec. Asso. 

Pres. Women's Rec. 

Asso. 

Spirogira 

Garnet Key 

Odd Soccer Leader 




Binger, Robert 

Bushnell 

Wesley Foundation 

Kappa Delta Pi 




Brown, Betty Ann 

West Palm Beach 



Atkinson, George E. 

Quincy 





Barton, Dale S. 

Tallahassee 




Bossidy, Mary Ann 

Cocoa 
Newman Club 





Brown, Jeonnelle 

Jacksonville 

Delta Zeta 

Glee Club 

Wesley Foundation 

Y. W. C. A. 

Junior Counselor 

Dormitory Social Ch. 

Social Standards Council 




Burke, Tom 

Jacksonville 




Burkholder, Harry J. 

Lake Worth 



Byers, William S. 

Pensacola 

Beta Phi Fraternity, 

House Manager 




Calley, Mary 

Miami 

"F" Club 

Cotillion 

Sophomore Council 

Junior Counselor 

Athletic Mgr. Fr. Class 

A.H.P.E.R. — Vice Pres. 

W. R. A. 

Jr. Rep. to Senate 




Campbell, Miriar 

Pensacola 





Chairas, Eleanor Boorhby 

Cedar Key 

Canterbury Club — 

Workshop Ch. 

Publicity 

I. R. C. 




Chaires, Kitty 

Chaires 
Flambeau 




demons, Jacque 

Mayo 




Cogswell, Margaret K. 

Tallahassee 

Junior Minstrels 

Art Club 

Sandspur 




Collins, Frances L. 

Lee, Fla. 

Geography Club 

Y. W. C. A. 



Crabtree, Jim 

Pensacola 
Pres. of M. G. A 



Crammond, Dorothy Jean 

Miami 
Cotillion 




Crumbley, June E. 

Tampa 






Dar'.cv, C. Herschel 
Havana, Fla. 




Dotson, Alice 

Orlando 

Delta Zeta 

Freshman Flunkies 

I. F. C. 




Dell-Donne Marseille 

Tallahassee 

Radio Workshop 

Campus Radio Station 

Sandspur 

Speech Dept. Prod. 



Dix, Ruth 

West Palm Beach 
A.A.H.P.E.R. 




Dixon, Vera 

Lee 

4-H Club 

Junior Counselor 

Fire Warden 




Fischer, Carl M 

Tampa 
Phi Delta Theta 





Flowers, Anne 

Chipley 




Forbes, Jessie 

Kissimmee 




Fox, Ed L. 

Freemont, Ohio 
Football 



Furman, Jean 

Jacksonville 

Delta Delta Delta, 

Chaplain, Pres. 

Senate 

Freshman Flunkies 

Sophomore Council 

Ch. of May Day 

Ch. Handbook Comm. 

Spiorgira 

Garnet Key 

Mortar Board 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Honor Comm. 

Sophomore Dance Court 

Ruge Hall 




Ganey, Rubye 

Mayo 
Geography Club 




Gordon, Evaline 

Pensacola 





Granger, Martha 

Kissimmee 

Alpha Omicron Pi 

Y. W. C. A. 




Grimsley, Joan 

Tampa 
B. S. U. 




Groover, Duffie 

Tallahassee 
Zeta Tau Alpha — 
Historian 
Day Student Organiza- 
tion — Vice-Pres. 
Day Student Constitutic 



Hanna, Alda Mae 

Altha 

Geography Club 

4-H Club 

B. S. U. 




Hansen, Nedra 

Arcadia 




Harding, Lucile 

Mt. Dora 

Garnet Key 

"F" Club 




-leadley, Marjorie J. 

Punta Gorda 

B. S. U. 

; Sophomore Council 

Junior Counselor 

Y. W. C. A. 




Levy, Jane Carol 

Tampa 
res. Mortar Bd., Pres. 
'F" Club, Sr. Rep. to 
udiciary, Kappa Delta 
Pi, Tarpon Club, Life 
laving Corps, Garnet 
Key, Girls' Sports Ed. 
ally-Ho, Vice Pres. of 
Village, Vice Pres. of 
ilchrist, Soph. Council, 
Jr. Counselor, Hillel, 
Dndspur, Homecoming 
lorn., Fresh. Carnival, 
YWCA, WRA Board, 
H.P.E.R., Feature Sec. 
Tally-Ho 




McCranie, Carl M. 

Tallahassee 

oamma Sigma Epsilon 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 

M. G. A. Senate 

U. G. A. Senate 

Gold Key 



Harkey, Beth 

St. Petersburg 

Trans. St. Pete. Jr. 

College 




Harris, Joyce 

Bowling Green 
Sr. Hall Counselor 




Hay, Dorothy Anne 

White Springs 

Alpha Xi Delta 

B. S. U. 

Senior Hall 




Holton, Mary Jane 

St. Augustine 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Cotillion Club 

"F" Club 



Hunter, Frances 

Century 




Jackson, Frances 

Sumterville 




Johnson, Edward N. 

St. Augustine 




Jones, Catherine 

Panama City 

Newman Club 

Trans, from Univ. 

of Miss. 




Lisle, Mary Ellen 

Winter Beach 
B. S. U. 




Lippincott, Dixie 

Tampa 




Looby, Helen 

Miami 

Garnet Key 

Mortar Board 




Lyles, Florence 

Tampa 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Freshman Flunkies 




MacMullen, Wynelle 

Ocala 
Trans, from Stetson 




Maddox, Emery A. 

Tallahassee 




Maddox, Marilyn 

Wewahitchka 



Mock, Peggy 

Jacksonville 

Alpha Omicron Pi 

Marching Band 

Symphonic Band 

Symphony Orchestra 

Y. W. C. A. 

Pre-Med. Club 



Miller, Connie L. 

Miami 
Christian Science Organ. 




Miller, Esther 

Miami 

Sophomore Council 

"F" Club 

Garnet Key 




Newman, Margaret 

Jacksonville 





Mims, Maude Anne 

Miami 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Newman Club 

Geography Club 



Nolen, Barbara 

St. Petersburg 

Delta Zeta 

Freshman Flunkies 

Off-Campus Court 





Nowok, Doris 

Pensacola 

Y. W. C. A. 

4-H Club 

Home Economics Club 




O'Bryan, Bernice 

Altha 

4-H Club 

Georgraphy Club 




Ossenkop, Lucille 

Miami 

"F" Club 

Phy. Ed. Assn. 

Play Night Comm. 

Junior Minstrel 



Palmer, Shirley 

Tampa 

"F" Club 

Garnet Key 




Pavy, James S. 

Versailes, Ind. 



A. A. 



H. P. E. R.- 
"F" Club 



T^es. 




Peebles, Marjorie 

Conner 

Pres. — Reynolds Hall 

Junior Minstrels 

Univ. Chorus 





Perkins, Rachel 

Greensboro 

Home Ec Club 

Geography Club 




Priest, Creola 

Crystal River 




Rizou, Helen 

Athen's, Greece 



Sanders, Bettye J. P. 

Mobile, Ala. 
Delta Zeta — Treas., 

Vices Pres. 

Sophomore Council 

Junior Counselor 

Junior Minstrels 

Sandspur 
Fr. Lower Court 




Shirley, Mary Jane 

Fort Meade 

Alpha Gamma Delta — 

Vice Pres. 

Odd Dem. Chorus 

Tarpon Club 

Red Cross 




Shropshire, Jane E. 

Daytona Beach 

Kappa Alpha Theta — 

Pledge Train., Social Ch. 

College Choir 
Social Ch. at Dale Mabry 



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Shupp, Janet 

Palatka 



>mith, Mary Louise 

East Point, Ga. 
(\lpha Chi Omega — 

Corres. Sec. 
lamma Sigma Epsilon 

■ — Sec. 
I Odd Dance Group 
(dent Affiliate — A.C.S. 
Junior Counselor 





Simmons, Marie 

Oak Hill 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Y. W. C. A. 

World Federalists 

Geography Club 




Swcatt, Alryna 

Okeechobee 



Tuten, Betty 

New Smyrna Beach 





Smith, Arthur C. 

Ft. Myers 




Swicord, Virginia 

Panama City 

Sophomore Council 

Westminster Fellowship 

Freshman Advisor 

Junior Counselor 




Waddell, Mary Elizabeth 

Pensacola 




Warner, Mary P. 

Quincy 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

Glee Club 

Usher Committee 



Widener, Jewel 

Panama City 




Williams, Ida Lee 

Alachua 

B. S. U. 

Y. W. C. A. 

Home Ec. Club 




Barker, Kathleen 

Pensacola 
Alpha Xi Delta 




Wilson, Iris Dee 

Perry 

"F" Club 

A. H. P. E. R. 

Life Saving Corps 

Band 





Gailbraith, Betty Dot 

Orlando 
Alpha Gamma Delta 




Schwartz, Jo Anne 

Miami 
"F" Club 



Swann, William 

Pensacola 
Kappa Alpha 




Wilkie, Ruth 

Jacksonville 
Delta Zeta 




Wilson, Wiley 

Perry 




DEPARTMENT OF HOME ECONOMICS 




MAKGAKET IV SA1NDELS, Ph. I). 
Dean, School of Home Economics 




Blocker, Norma 

Savannah, Ga. 

Home Ec. Club 

B. S. U. 



Cummings, Gloria 

Coral Gables 




Gecring, Emily 

Tampa 

Home Ec. Club 

Senior Hall 




Burnam, Dorothy 

Jasper 
Home Ec. Club 




Deirz, Carlo 

Miami 

Alpha Chi Omega — Pres. 

Home Ec. Club — State 

Pres. 




Gill, Dorothy 

Chattahoochee 
Home Ec. Club 




Aronovitz, Joyce 

Miami 

Home Ec. Club 

Hillel 




Flint, Carolyn C. 

St. Petersburg 
Home Ec. Club 




Adams, Ruthie 

Lake Worth 

Phi Mu 

Freshman Flunkies 

Home Ec. Club 

Aero Club 

Sr. Hall Counselor 




Gray, Catherine 

Longwood 
Home Ec. Club 



Hancock, Mary Alice 

Ft. Meade 

Aero Club 

Y. W. C. A. 

Odd Demonstration 

Sandspur 




Hcdick, June 

Brooksville 
Home Ec. Club 




Holloway, June C. 

Marion, Ohio 
Home Ec. Club 




Jones, Edna Mae 

St. Petersburg 





Jones, Helen 

Windermere 

4-H Club 

Social Ch. 4-H Club 

Treas. of 4-H Club 

Home Ec. Club 




Kautz, Catherine 

Jacksonville 



Lake, Doris 

Sanford 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 

Newman Club 

Pre-Med. Club 




Letton, Ollivia 

Tampa 

Home Ec. Club 

Wesley Foundation 




Morris, Meda 

Miami 

Junior Counselor 

Home Ec. Club 





Olsen, Ruth Ellen 

Pensacola 
Kappa Delta 




Rollins, Eloise 

Clearwater 




Rotolo, Mary Frances 

Tampa 
Newman Club 
Home Ec. Club 



Shafer, Mabel F. 

New Smyrna 




Shuler, Bernice 

Blountstown 




Smithers, Frances 

Jacksonville 
Home Ec. Club 





Snively, Dorothy 

Winter Haven 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Village Vamps 
Home Ec. Club 
I. R. C. 




Stephens, Violet 

Ponce De Leon 

Home Ec. Club 

Band 




Stewart, Doris 

Tallahassee 
Sigma Kappa — Parlia- 
mentarian 
Alpha Lambda Delta 
Home Ec. Club 
Omicron Nu 
Day Student's Organi- 
zation — V. Pres., Sec. 



Venters, Frances 

Tampa 

Home Ec. Club 

Symphonic Band 




Welker, Dorothy 

St. Petersburg 
Home Ec. Club 
Geography Club 




Wills, Betty B. 

Tampa 



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Bradley, Grace 

Jacksonville 




Callcy, Mary 
Miami 




Cline, Pearl 

Boynton Beach 




Green, Elizabeth 

Tallahassee 




Phipps, Margaret 

Orlando 
Alpha Gamma Delta 



SCHOOL OF musk; 





Bailey, Paula T. 

Delta Zeta — Song O 

Glee Club 

New Thespian Club 



Booth, Marjorie E. 

Plant City 

V. Pres., South Cawthon 

Upperclass Lower Court 

University Chorus 



KARL OTTO KUERSTEINER, Ph. I). 
Dean, School of Music 





Brameister, Sarah H. 

Palmetto 
I. Z. F. A. 

Hillel 

Glee Club 

Social Com — S. Cawthon 

Hall 

Glee Club Ensemble 




Bridges, Evelyn 

Brinson,Ga. 




DcKolb, Phyllis 

Clearwater 

Sophomore Council 

Junior Counselor 
Women's Glee Club 

Canterbury Club 



Epps, Betty J. 

Umatilla 

University Chorus 

Sigma Alpha lota — 

Pres. 




Fernandez, Geraldine 

Tampa 

Los Picaros 

Newman Club 




Hand, Bill ic Joyce 

Sarasota 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Radio Workshop 




Kent, Edward R. 

Chipley 
University Chorus 





Morper, Cortlandt 

Archer 

Sigma Alpha lota 

Pi Kappa Lambda 

Westminster Fellowship 




Rushmcr, Betty Jeanne 

Miami 

4-H Club 

Y. W. C. A. 

Georgraphy Club 

Orchestra 

University Singers 

Junior Counselors 

Pres. of N. Cawthon 



Smith, Marjorie 

Madison 




Stroberg, Joyce 

Miami 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Sigma Alpha lota 

Cotillion 

University Chorus 

Sophomore Counselor 




Watson, J. Perry 

Miami 

Delta Tau Delta — 

V. Pres. 

Cavaliers — Dance Ch. 

Men's Music Club 

Drum Major of Band 

Kappa Kappa Psi 




Wilcox, David D. 

Clearwater 

Pi Kappa Alpha — Pres. 

Univ. Chorus — Bus. Mgr. 

Pres. Men's Music Club 

Historian — Gold Key 

Sandspur 

Amer. Guild of Organists 

Music Education Club 




Williams, Mary Anne 

Cross City 

University Chorus 

Senior Hall 




SCHOOL OF LIBRARY TRAINING & SCIENCE 




Cushman, Jean 

Titusville 

F. Club 

Discussion Club 



LOUIS SHORES, Ph. D. 
Dean, School of Library Training and Science 




Hilton, Carol 

Jacksonville 



Lynn, Geraldine 

Miami 
Mpha Chi Omega 
Jniversity Chorus 

Circus 
rcshman Flunkies 




Stanford, Catherine 

Oakland 

Freshman Flunkies 

Jr. Counselor 

SOLTAS 




Von Dohlen, Elizabeth 

Jacksonville 



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SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES 




Arias, Rosario 

Tampa 

Los Picaros 

Newman Club 




COYLE E. MOORE, Ph. 1). 
Dean, School of Applied Sciences 




Augustine, Johnnie 

Jacksonville 

F Club 

Social Work Club 



Berry, Mary Ann 

Jacksonville 

Phi Mu 

Freshman Class Secty. 

Soph. Class Sect. 

Jr. Class Pres. 

Sr. Class Vice Pres. 

Jr.-Sr. Prom Court 

Newman Club 

Parliamentarian Club 

Junior Club 

Social Work Club — 

V. Pres. 

Sr. Hall Counselor 

Spirogiro 

Garnet Key 




Campbell, Jack P. 

Chipley 

Kappa Alpha 

Varsity Golf Team 





Cash, Margaret 

Miami 

World Federalists — 

Sec, V. Pres. 

Flambeau — 

News Editor, Man. Editor 

Jr. Counselor 

Social Ch. of Bryan 




Cash, R. LeMoyne 

Tallahassee 

Associate Justice — 

TBUF Honor Court 

Constitution Com. TBUF 

Man. Editor — Flambeau 

Editor — Flambeau 

Constitution Comm. 

Student World Federalists 

Wesley Players 
Homecoming Committee 




Chazal, Hester At 

Ocala 

Pi Beta Phi — Tree 

Freshman Flunkif 

Social Chairman Jei 

Murphree 

Soph. Council I 

Tarpon Club 

Newman Club 



Clonn, Ethel 
Tampa 

Zeta Tau Alpha 

F Club 
Social Work Club 
Life Saving Corps 




Coburger, Henry J. 

Pensacola 




Cooksey, Robert A. 

Winter Haven 
Flambeau 
Tally-Ho 




Cooper, Katherine A. 

St. Petersburg 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

Mortar Board 




Drake, Fred O. 

Tallahassee 

Phi Alpha — Pres. 

Gold Key 




Fernandez, Augustine 

Tampa 



Fouts, Dottie 

Jacksonville 
gma Kappa — Historian 
Psychology Club 




Futrelle, Artye 

Jacksonville 

Zeta Tau Alpha— 

V. Pres. 

Judiciary 

B. S. U.— Pres. 




Guthrie, Eddie 

West Palm Beach 

Phi Kappa Tau 

Cavaliers 




Harper, Joy Rose 

West Palm Beach 
Cotillion 




Harris, Lois C. 

Bartow 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Off-Campus Court 

Social Work Club 




Holland, Dorothy 

Winter Haven 
Chi Omega 
Flambeau 



Howes, Nell 




Pahokee 


^B B%*" * * wk 


Y. W. C. A. 


B B, 


Wesley Foundation — 


HL *ik • att 


"reas., Promotion Ch. 


^^^Hk ^e- W^ 


Marching Band 




I O. - • p 




Johnson, Myra Jean 


Bascom 



Hughes, Blanche 

Cairo, Ga. 




Hughy, Harry L. 

Pensacola 

Cavaliers 

Radio Station — Manager 

Radio Workshop 

Varsity Football 





Jons, Nancy R. 

Jacksonville 
F Club 




Kelly, Thomas 

Apalachicola 




Kirklond, Berniccc 

Bonifay 



Lovett, Lois E. 

Greenville 

Alpha Xi Delta — 

Scholarship Ch. 

I. R. C. 

Social Worker's Club 





Loy, Betty 

West Palm Beach 

Cotillion — Sec, 

V. Pres., President 

Soph. Council 

Pres. of Sr. Hall 

Sect, of Sr. Class 

Ch. of Social Standards 

Comm. 

Co-Chaiman of May Day 

Spanish House 

Dance Ch.— W. G. A. 



Lcth, Nellie Ann 

Tallahassee 
Social Work Club 




Lett, Roy E. 

Tallahassee 




Lujan, Arthur B. 

Key West 





Macread, Sarah 

West Palm Beach 




Magrudcr, Martha 

Miami 

Sigma Kappa — Sect. 

Social Ch., Pres. 




Mansell, Solon 

Tampa 



Martin, Jane 

Tampa 

Chi Omega 

Freshman Flunkies 






X* 1 ^ 


Martin, Wilson G. 


%s & - 


Lake City 


Kappa Alpha 
Men's Senate 


. . • ** X ■ 


Sandspur 


^^^L ^kw 



May, Peggy 

Enterprise 





Mayhusc, Mary C. 

Bartow 
Flambeau 
Tally-Ho 




Maxwell, Cynthia 

Pensacola 

Delta Delta Delta — 

House Ch. 

Ch. Off-Campus-Court 




Moore, Loys 

Tallahassee 



Norn's, James E. 

Pensacola 




Pacctti, Hildcgarde 

St. Augustine 
Newman Club 




Page, Margaret 

Dade City 




Pate, Dorothy Lee 

Tampa 
A. C. S. — Cor. Sec. 




Pate, Emmala 

Monticello 

Kappa Delta — House Ch. 

Usher Comm. 

Social Work Club 




Perry, Mary Etta 

Baker 

B. S. U. 

Y. W. C. A. 




Proctor, Custis N. 

Altamonte Springs 

Kappa Alpha 

Football 

Speech Dept. Prod. 

Social Standards Comm. 





Rish, Amy 

Wewahitchka 




Hood, Nancy Neal 

Jacksonville 




Rudisill, Marie 

Miami 




Sanderson, Raymond 

Tallahassee 



Robbins, Betty 

Ft. Lauderdale 




Saunders, Mary Jean 

Tampa 

Freshman Flunkies 

Life Saving Corp 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Flambeau Staff 
Social Work Club 



Peak, George T. 

Tallahassee 



Revell, Edwin 

Tallahassee 





Rodgers, Abbye Jean 

Chiefland 



Soger, Betty Cecelia 

Jacksonville 

Recording Sect., Corr. 

Sect. 

Social Work Club 

Hillel 




Saunders, William 

Orlando 



ward, Catherine Ann 

Jacksonville 

Mu — Pledge Director 

F Club 

Soph. Council 

Women's Senate 

Spirogira 

Junior Counselor 

Garnet Key 




Shatto, James B. 

Moline, III. 
Ch. of Men's Judiciary 




Shuler, Iris 

Blountstown 




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Sirmans, Alma 

LaBelle 
Geography Club 




Snyder, Charlotte 

Tampa 
F Club 




Sprott, Jessie 

Lake Wales 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

Tarpon 

Lhher Comm. 



Stapleton, Lucy Thomas 

Jacksonville 

Zeta Tau Alpha — Pres. 

Standards Chairman 

Y. W. C. A. 

Student Budget Comm. 




Stathis, Eugenia G. 

Jacksonville 

Red Cross 

I. R. C. 

Pre-Law Club 

Tally-Ho 

Sandspur 

Y. W. C. A. 

Program Ch. Investiture 

Outing Club 

Radio Work Shop 

Election Ct. for May Day 




Muster, Cheryl 

Boynton Beach 





Sterns, Elsie 

St. Petersburg 




Story, Jacquelyn 

Lakeland 

Flambeau — News Ed. 

Flambeau — Asst. Editor 

Aero Club — Vice Pres. 

I. R. C. 

World Federalists 

Y. W. C. A. 




Strickland, Roy 

Tallahassee 
Pi Kappa 



Suber, Mary Catherine 

Homestead 



Thompson, Carl L. 

Tallahassee 




Trevine, Jackie 

Jacksonville 
Flambeau Staff 

B. S. U. 
Usher Comm. 





Tra k, Dorothy 

Lakeland 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Freshman Flunkies 

House Council 
Sopho.rore Council 
Treas. Soph. Class 



VanLandingham, Hubert 

Greensboro 






Vogt, Virginia, 

Lake Wales 


'otson, Caroline Caro 

Pensacola 






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Westmoreland, George 

Perry 




Wood, Mabel 

Pierce 
Glee Club 




Sand, Louise 

St. Petersburg 



Meigs, Bill 

Niceville 

Alpha Tau Omega 

Gold Key 

Who's Who 

Chief Justice Men's 

Honor Court 

Speech Dept. Prod. 

Flambeau 

Radio Workshop 

UGA Executive Council 

Honors Committee 



Wesson, Frances 

Tallahassee 

Alpha Delta Pi — Pres. 

Flambeau Staff 

Tally-Ho Staff 

Freshman Flunkies 





Youngblood, Evelyn 

Tampa 

I. R. C. 

Life Saving Club 

Senior Hall 

Social Comm. of Landis 

Hall 




Vorh, Dick 

Ft. Pierce 



Walker, Lillian 

Okeechobee 



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Sanders, Robert J. 

Mobile, Ala. 





FRANCIS R. ALLEN EVA MAY ATWOOD 



WALTER BLACKSTOCK JOHN L. BAGG 



FACULTY 



ARTS AND SCIENCES 



M. B. ALFRIEND ROBERTA ACKERMAN HAROLD BEARD 



FRANK C. BOLSTER 



LEROY E. BABCOCK CHARLES M. BOWEN RAYMOND F. BELLAMY WILLIAM F. BLAYLOCK 






HAROLD F. COTTINGHAM MARTHA G. CHAPMAN LORACE E. CATTERSON DAVID E. CHRISTENSEN MARCUS B. CALDWELL CHARLES L. CLAPP 

OLIVE H. CROSS D. LINCOLN CANFIELD MARGARET V. CAMPBELL CHARLES S. DAVIS MYRTLE E. DOLBEE EZDA M. DEVINEY 





ARTS AND SCIENCES 



THEO R. DEVEER 



GRAYDON S. DELAND CLARENCE W. EDNEY LORETTA C. ELLIAS JACK W. EICHINGER 



JAMES B. FLEEK 



CLAUDE R. FLORY MILDRED FINNEGAN J. RUSSELL REAVER LUTHER H. GULICK LOIS L. GOLDMAN BETTY B. GARLAND 



FACULTY 



AZZURRA B. GIBERY MILDRED F. HENRY WESLEY C. HARTER A. C. HIGGINBOTHAM DOROTHY LOIS HOFFMAN EDGAR H. HENDERSON 



MARY N. HOOD 



MARIAN D. IRISH MARJORIE S. JUDY 



HERMAN KURZ 



ADOLPH J. KARL 



JERRY B. KELLEY 





ARTS AND SCIENCES 



FLORENCE KAWA 



WILLIAM C. KIRK 



HEBERTO LACAYO ALBERT L. LEDUC LAWRENCE J. LAFLEUR FRED H. LEACH 



ROBERT S. LEOPOLD H. ROWLAND LUDDEN 



BESS LANCE 



ROBERT L. LEATHERS 



LAURA C. LEE 



ROBERT W. LONG 



FACULTY 



ANNA F. LIDDELL LELAND JUDSON LEWIS PAUL T. McCARTY MARY A. MAGGINIS CAROL J. MATHER MELVIN C. MAGIDSON 



EDWARD T. MACKEN GRACE C. MADSEN 



ROYAL MATTICE 



CARL I. MICHAELIS HUGH EDWIN MURPHY Jacqueline R. Misenheimer 





ARTS AND SCIENCES 



ISABEL McKINNELL WILSON MICKS 



HELEN E. NIELSEN 



GAYNELL NEFF CHESTER S. NIELSEN SAMUEL R. NEEL 



MADELINE NOAH JOSEPH M. ODIORNE MADELINE POSTAIRE DAISY PARKER MARY F. PARMENTER GRIFFITH T. PUGH 



FACULTY 



ANNIE M. POPPER 



RUTH A. PYCHE WALLACE W. REICHELT WILLIAM H. ROGERS ELSTON E. ROADY 



VERA L. RYDER 



EMILY ROWE 



WILLIAM RANDEL 



MARYR. SIERS JAMES PAUL STOAKES W. G. SHOVER 



HOWARD W. SMOYER 






ARTS AND SCIENCES 



JULIA B. SCHWARTZ RUTH SCHORNHERST KURT A. SEPMEIER ELIZABETH STUCKY LYMAN D. TOULMIN ALLAN THOMSON 

ELEANOR TAPP GILBERT C. TOLHURST FLORENCE TRYON THOMAS L. WADE JAMES B. WELCH MELVIN J. WILLIAMS 



FACULTY 



SALLIE WILLIAMS EDITH WOODFIN WEST BEATRICE B. WILLIAMS KENNETH L. YODOWITCH GEORGE YOST ARTHUR W. ZIEGLER 






EDUCATION 



MARIAN W. BLACK RACHEL E. BRYANT ARDNEY JAMES BOLAND H.A.CURTIS NELLIE-BOND DICKINSON FRANCES L. ECKLAND 









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f/LBi 




EDUCATION 



WARD T. FLETCHER CAROLYN M. FOREHAND GLENN A. HASKINS TRACY B. HARE 



MARION J. HAY MURPHY R. HINSON 



DONALD LOUCKS KENNETH D. MILLER MARY J. MARTIN-VEGUE GEORGE L. OLSEN HARTLEY D. PRICE EDNA E. PARKER 



FACULTY 



VIRGIL E. STRICKLAND W. HUGH STICKLER MARY E. TITUS MARTHA L. WILLSON 



HUME ECONOMICS 



RUTH CONNOR 



RUTH J. DALES NONA M. GOODSON RICHARD L. D. MORSE HELEN L. RICHEY 





MUSIC 



FRED BLAKE ROBERT L. BRIGGS HOWARD A. DOOLIN HERMAN GUNTER GLADYS 0. KOCH J.SIGNEQUALE 

ETTA L. ROBERTSON E. REBECCA RODENBERG PAUL RAMSEIER OWEN T. SELLERS LOIS L. SCHNOOR 



FACULTY 



LIBRARY SCIENCE 



NANCY K. BIRD LOUISE RICHARDSON EDNA E. VANSYOC 

APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCE 

EVANS C.ALLEN JAMES E. BALLOU MICHAEL P. BALWAN HETTIE CAMP J. FRANK DAME WILSON K. DOYLE 



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APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCE 

WENDELL L. EAST EDWARD EIKMAN JUANITA M. GIBSON LUCIUS B. GRAVELY CHARLES B. HOWELL JUANITA R. KRENTZMAN 



LEWIS J. LAPHAM O. M. MONTGOMERY GLENN E. MURPHY LESTER S. PEARL 



LUELLA RICHEY 



ROY T. SHAW 



FACULTY 



ELMER L. SCHICK HELEN E. UNDERWOOD EARL L. VANCE DORSEY VERNON WILSON 




ELIZABETH G. ANDREWS, Ph.D. 

Director of Personnel and Placement Bureau 




ADMINISTRATIVE 
1JEANS and PERSONNEL 



CHARLES P. HOGARTH, Ph.D. 

Registrar 



KATHERINE M. WARREN, MA. 

Dean of Women 




MILTON W. CAROTHERS, M.A., Ed.D. 

Dean of Graduate School 



BROWARD J. CULPEPPER, M.S., Ed.D. 

Dean of Student Welfare 




MG A 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, M.G.A. 



(Left to right): JIM CRABTREE, President; DAL ALBRITTON, Secretary; JAMES TIPPIN, 
Vice-President; JIM WILSON, Treasurer. (Not pictured): JAMES SHATTO, Chief Justice 



The primary objective of the Men's Government Association for 
the year has been to serve the men students. This group, orig- 
inated in TBUF days, also aims at cooperation with the University 
Government to serve the entire student body, as well as coping 
with the demands of a tremendous expansion in the male student 
body. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, W.G.A. 

(Left to right): VIRGINIA SWICORD, Freshman Adviser; CATHERINE YONGE, Secretary; 
PAULINE TUTTLE, President; HELEN HOBBS, Treasurer; IDA SANTOS, Vice-President. 



Women's Government Association, a survivor of university gov- 
ernment revision, has been on active group this year. Women 
officers have made an attempt to evaluate and revise this gov- 
erning branch to meet the changing needs concurrent with the 
development of university government. 



WGA 




UNIVERSITY SENATE 




Every Tuesday night at nine o'clock our University 
statesmen could be found in the midst of a legisla- 
tive session. The University Legislature is composed 
of ten women and ten men elected by women's and 
men's senate, the secretary of UGA, Leila Lane, 
and the vice-president of UGA, Barbara Jean Mor- 
gan, who serves as chairman of this legislative 
body. 

The University Legislature has the responsibility 
for establishing rules and regulations that apply 
alike to men and women, for considering and es- 
tablishing Constitutional changes, and for voicing 
the opinion and will of the student body. It is the 



duty of these members to enact laws beneficial to 
both the students and the University. 



Men's and Women's Senates, slated to be abol- 
ished when the new constitution goes into effect, 
will be replaced by a University Senate which will 
include both men and women representatives and 
put an end to the duplication of work in the sep- 
arate senates. Led by Ida Santos, the Senate saw 
many changes and new additions to rules pertain- 
ing to women students. Sponsoring progressive legi- 
slation to keep up with the ever-changing trends of 
a campus newly co-ed. Men's and Women's Senates 
bow out of the picture to make way for a more uni- 
fied University Government. 




(Left to right) : Jean Furman, Eleanor Graves, Nancy Rettie, Ordy Taprell, Joan Trupp, Helen 
McCorkle, Woodie Betts, Helen Gong, Ida Santos, Chairman, Catherine Yonge, Secretary, 
Wilda Larson, Betty Wells Nelson, Anne Bache, Dot Schoonmaker, Fern Roberts, Betty Jo 
Drake, Ann Graves. 




MEN'S SENATE 



(Left to right) FIRST ROW: Murray Voth, Dal Albritton, 
James Tippin, Ed Schlitt. SECOND ROW: Arthur P. W. Con- 
nelley, Bob Segers, Billy Gene Miller, Bill Yon, John Wheeler, 
P. M. Findlay. (Not pictured): Charles McMillan, James 
Crabtree. 



UNIVERSITY 




The highest judicial body in University Government is the Uni- 
versity Court. It deals with all infractions of the Honor Code, 
and with all other regulations which effect both men and women. 

The court works in conjunction with Honor Committee for the 
promotion of understanding and observance of the Honor Code. 



COURT 




Left to right) : 

Eileen Lomax 
Bill Colbert 
Betty Collins 
Margaret Flynn 



Gene Carpenter 

Esther Rasmussen, Chief Justice 

Don Grant 

Betty Barnes 

(Not pictured) : Howard Falcon 




MEN'S JUDICIARY 



Left to right) : 

Earl Dobert, Clerk 
Gene Carpenter, Justice 
Howard Falcon, Justice 
James Shatto, Chief Justice 
James Gunn, Justice 



Al Skinner, Justice 

Raymond Thornton, Asst. Attorney General 

Dal Albritton, Attorney General 

( Not pictured ) : 

Ed Dilsaver, Justice 
Jim Costello, Justice 



Men's Judiciary serves as the judicial body for MGA. The Court 
handles all cases of minor infractions of university rules regarding 
general conduct and etiquette. Each of the men's classes is rep- 
resented by members serving on the Court. Presiding officer is 
Chief Justice James Shatto. 



Corresponding to Men's Judiciary is Women's Judiciary, judicial 
body of WGA. Judiciary handles infractions of university rules 
not under the jurisdiction of minor women's courts. Presiding offi- 
cer is Pat Dillard. 



(Left to right) : 

Faye Patterson 
Betty Collins 
Jane Carol Levy 
Patricia Dillard 
Ann Oliver 



Sis McCoy 
Marion Doro 

!Not pictured) : 

Helen Looby 
Betty Barnes 



WOMEN'S JUDICIARY 




WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 



FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY: 
(Left to right) : 
Rufus Jefferson 
Pauline Tuttle 
Betty Dixon 
Jean Furman 
Virginia Swicord 
Margie Berns 
Pat Dillard 



Elaine Brown 
George Dickie 
Art Skevakis 
LeMoyne Cash 
Jane Carol Levy 
Margie Mallard 
Joe Almyda 
Valda Mock 
Esther Rasmussen 





( Not pictured) : 
Mary Ann Berry 
Anne Carter 
Catherine Gallagher 
Virginia Goodell 
Betty Loy 
Bill Meigs 
Shirley Palmer 
Laura Simpson 
Patricia Yates 
Joanne Zewadski 



HONORARIES 




Beta 



DATE OF FOUNDING 1776 



appa 



ALPHA OF FLORIDA 1935 



Love^ of Ivisdoni-, the- helmsman of life^> 

Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest national honorary society in America, 
recognizes intellectual attainment and promise of distinction in 
the world of achievement. Membership in Phi Beta Kappa is nor- 
mally restricted to the Liberal Arts and is considered generally 
as the highest academic honor that can be attained. 



CHAPTER OFFICERS: 

OLIVIA N. DORMAN President 

WILLIAM M. BARROWS Vice President 

WILSON K. DOYLE Treasurer 

IRENE BOL I EK Secretary 

MARY F. PARMENTER Historian 



FOUNDATION MEMBERS: 


CHARTER MEMBERS: 


Mrs. A. R. Seymour 


Myrtle Dolbee 


Harold F. Richards 


Mrs. R. L. Eyman 


Olivia N. Dorman 


William H. Rogers 


Rev. G. E. Benedict 


Viola Graham 


Arthur Seymour 


Claude Pepper 


Marian Hay 


Venila Shores 


William G. Dodd 


Dorothy Hoffman 


Elmer R. Smith 


Edward Conradi 


Marian Irish 
RESIDENT AND AFFILIATE MEMBERS: 


Anna May Tracy 


Mary B. Alfriend 




Lewis J. Lapham 


Marjorie Applewhite 




Olga Larson 


William M. Barrows, Jr. 




Albert L. Leduc 


Walter Blackstock 




H. R. Ludden 


Rosalind Blake 




Carol Jean Mather 


Irene Boliek 




Aileen Merwin 


Frank C Bolser 




Valda Mock 


Ruth Schornherst Breen 




Daisy Parker 


Grace E. Cairns 




Mary F. Parmenter 


Doak S. Campbell 




Esther Rasmussen 


Robert G. Clapp 




J. Russell Reaver 


Graydon S. Deland 




W. H. Spragens, Jr. 


Ezda M. Deviney 




Lynette Thompson 


Wilson K. Doyle 




Lyman D. Toulmin 


Betty Garland 




Marshall Lee Vernon 


Luther H. Gulick, Jr. 




Mrs. Allen Boggs 


Katherine Hoffman 




Mrs. C S. Davis 


Nellie Kannwischer 




Dorothy Dodd 


Sara Krentzman 




Joanne Newman 


Juanita Krentzman 




Dr. Herman Gunter, Sr. 


Margaret L. Kranz 




Mrs. H. C Trimble 


W. C Kirk, Jr. 




Miriam Wilson 



■■■■■ni 



DATE OF FOUNDING 1897 


1925 FSCW 


^he^ \ovcj of learning rules 


the^ world 


Phi Kappa Phi is a national honorary 


society giving recognition 


to students of high scholastic ability, in all departments of Amer- 


ican colleges and universities. Its prime object is to emphasize 


scholarship in the thought of college 


students and to stimulate 


them to mental achievement by the prize of membership. 


OFFICERS: 




DR. W. HUGH STICKLER 


President 


DR. CHARLES DAVIS 


Vice President 


DR. MILDRED BRICKER 


Secretary 


MISS OLGA LARSON 


Treasurer 


MISS LOUISE SALLEY 


__. Journal Correspondent 


DR. KATHERINE MONTGOMERY 


Alumni Secretary 


ACTIVE MEMBERS: 




Mary B. Alfriend 


Herman Kurz 


Marion Black 


Olga Larson 


Mildred L. Bricker 


Leland Lewis 


Clyde E. Burns 


Jennie Mcintosh 


Doak S. Campbell 


Lou Miller 


Margaret Campbell 


Katherine Montgomery 


Milton W. Carothers 


R. C Moon 


Martha Chapman 


E. S. Opperman 


Charles S. Davis 


Daisy Parker 


Juanita DeVette 


Gwen Ramage 


R. L. Eyman 


Louisa Richardson 


Ruth D. Ferguson 


Louise Salley 


P. F. Finner 


Margaret Sandels 


Betty Garland 


A. R. Seymour 


Azzura Givens 


Hazel Stevens 


R. L. Goulding 


W. Hugh Stickler 


Albert Hardy 


Jennie Tilt 


Dorothy Hoffman 


Florence Tryon 


Edna Howard 


Virginia Turrentine 


K. Q. Kuersteiner 








appa 




Pi li<i|i|i<i Lambda 




OFFICERS 

GLADYS O. KOCH President 

LUCILLE WAGNER .... Vice-President 
MARY ANN BURR Secretary 

FAWN TRAWICK Treasurer 



Betty Aughenbaugh 
Paul Allwardt 
Ramona E. Beard 
Fred C. Blake . 
Doak S. Campbell 
Walter R. Cowles 
Ruby Dunstan 
Emily Gunter 
Herman Gunter 
Kathryn Reese Haun 



MEMBERS 

Walter James 
Karl O. Kursteiner 
Mrs. B. A. Meginniss 
Cortlandt Morper 
Ella Scoble Opperman 
Carolyn Oxford 
Zadie L. Phipps 
Mrs. Ralph Proctor 
Mary E. Reeder 
Etta L. Robertson 



Rebecca Rodenberg 
Robert Sedore 
Owen F. Sellars 
Robert Smith 
Mrs. Mode Stone 
Roy Will 

Mary Esther Winslow 
Lucile Wooten 



Pi Kappa Lambda is a national honorary society dedicated to the 
furtherance of musical education. Its prime object is the encour- 
agement of eminent achievement in performance, original com- 
position or musical leadership. 



Zeta Phi Eta 
i 




OFFICERS 

JANE WOOTEN President 
MARTHA VALE McDONALD, V-Pres. 

PAT YATES BELCHER.... . Secretary 

ANN STINSON ...Treasurer 

VERNA ROGERS Marshal 

BETTY McCLURE Corr. Sec. 



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Outstanding participants in 
campus dramatic productions 
are recognized by membership 
in Zeta Phi Eta, national 
speech honorary for women. 
A higher skill in acting, direct- 
ing and technical production 
of plays is fostered by Zeta Phi 
Eta. An active social group, 
the members entertain the cast 
and crew of speech department 
play with a stage party. 



Sigma Alpha Iota 



OFFICERS 

BETTY EPPS President 
EFFIE HARGRAVE __ Vice-President 

ELOISE HARRISON. ... Rec. Sec. 

GLENNA LONG.... Corr. Sec. 

CORTLANDT MORPER Treasurer 

HELEN EDMISTON Chaplain 

MERCEDES FUTCH Sgt.-at-Arms 

LUCILLE WOOTEN Editor 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

MISS BETTY JANE GRIMM 

MISS GLADYS OLIVE KOCH 

MRS. H. 0. PEMBERTON 



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The Beta Alpha Chapter was 
installed at Florida State Uni- 
versity, October 30, 1947. This 
professional music fraternity 
recognizes outstanding women 
in the field of music and strive 
to promote professional com- 
petency and achievement. 




Li|)|i.i Delta Pi 




OFFICERS 

MRS. MARIAN BLACK President 

DALE BARTON, JR Vice-President 

MRS. DOROTHY BINGER .. Recording Secretary 

MARY LOUISE PERFECT ....Corresponding Secretary 

MISS EDNA PARKER Treasurer 

EVELYN FAYE JOHNS ... Historian Recorder 

DR. ROY M. HINSON ... Faculty Counselor 



Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary fraternity for those who are 
outstanding in the School of Education, encourages a higher de- 
gree of devotion to social service by fostering high intellectual and 
personal standards during the period of preparation for teaching 
and recognizes outstanding service in the field of education. Those 
students who exhibit worthy educational ideals, sound scholar- 
ship, and adequate personal qualifications are given the honor 
of membership in Kappa Delta Pi. 



Pi Delta Phi 




OFFICERS 

NATALINA ROGOLINO President 

IDANA GRIFFITH Vice-President 
JANET McGEE Sec. -Trees. 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

MISS BETTY ACKERMAN 

MISS MADELEINE POSTAIRE 
MISS RUTH CAMPBELL 
DR. DOROTHY HOFFMAN 



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A general interest in French 
culture and history as well as 
a desire for mastering of the 
French language is the pur- 
pose of Pi Delta Phi, French 
honorary. 



Sigma Delta Pi 



OFFICERS 

NATALINA ROGOLINO -.President 
ARSENIA RODRIGUEZ _ . Vice-Pres. 

HILDA SANCHEZ Secretary 

MAR I LYN Tl LI Treasurer 

BEATRICE CAMPBELI Historian 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

DR. D. L. CANFIELD 

DR. DOROTHY HOFFMAN 

MISS CARMEN RIVERA 



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Sigma Delta Pi, a Spanish hon- 
orary which recognizes stu- 
dents who show exceptional 
ability and scholarship in this 
language, strives to promote a 
wider knowledge of and a 
greater love for the Hispanic 
contributions to modern cul- 
ture. 




Alpha Epsilon Delta 




OFFICERS 

JANE NIGHTINGALE.... President 

JAMES KELLY Vice-President 

MARY KELLY... ...Secretary 

SARAH LOU WELLS Treasurer 

ALICE WELCH .Historian 

ANN TEAGUE... ....Scalpel Reporter 

FACULTY ADVISOR 

DR. VIOLA GRAHAM 



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Members of Alpha Epsilon Del- 
ta are pre-medical students 
interested in encouraging a 
high degree of skill in their 
field of study. A coordination 
of pre-medical work and study 
in a school of medicine is ob- 
tained through the members' 
similarity of interest. 



Phi Alpha Theta 



STUDENT MEMBERS 

ESTHER RASMUSSEN President 

MARY ROB I SON Secretary-Treasurer 

SPONSOR 

MISS MARY ELIZABETH THOMAS 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

DR. VENILA SHORES MISS ALMA LESTER 

DR. R. S. COTTERILL MISS FLORENCE TRYON 

DR. A. M. POPPER MISS DAISY PARKER 

DR. MARY ELIZABETH THOMAS 



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Phi Alpha Theta is a national fraternity for the purpose of 
encouraging the study of history. It is a member of the Associa- 
tion of College Honor Societies. 




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Omicron Nu 




OFFICERS 

IRMA HOLT President, Vice-President and Editor 

DORIS STEWART Secretary and Treasurer 

RUTH CONNOR Faculty Advisor 



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Advanced students who have shown outstanding ability in the 
study of home economics are honored by membership in Omicron 
Nu, national home economics honorary. To recognize and pro- 
mote scholarship, leadership, and research in the home eco- 
nomics field is the purpose of Omicron Nu. Each year the 
Omicron Nu scholarship cud is awarded to the sophomore major- 
ing in home economics who has achieved the highest average 
in her freshman year. 



Gamma Sigma Epsilon 



OFFICERS 

EMILY DAWKINS Grand Alchemist 
JANE NIGHTINGALE— .Sgt.-at-Ams 
MARY LOUISE SMITH Recorder 



FACULTY ADVISOR 

DR. ROBERT S. LEOPOLD 



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Gamma Sigma Epsilon pro- 
poses to unite students of high 
scholastic standards in chem- 
istry and foster a more com- 
prehensive study of this im- 
portant phase of science. 




Mortar Board 




OFFICERS 

JANE CAROL LEVY .-President 

VALDA MOCK Vice-President 

HELEN LOOBY Recording Secretary 

CATHERINE GALLAGHER. Corresponding Secretary 

VIRGINIA GOODELI ..Treasurer 

ART SKEVAKIS ....Historian 



MEMBERS 



Anne Carter 
Catherine Cooper 
Pat Dillard 
Jean Furman 
Catherine Gallagher 
Virginia Goodell 
Jane Carol Levy 



Helen Looby 
Margery Mallard 
Valda Mock 
Esther Rasmussen 
Art Skevakis 
Pauline Tuttle 



Leadership, scholarship, service: these are words which become 
a living part of our campus activities through Mortar Boards 
emissaries, the thirteen members of the Torchbearer chapter No 
matter what their field of study, their work is predominated by 
a love of learning. They are the ones who find time to serve and 
give of their knowledge. 



Alpha Lambda Delta 




OFFICERS 

CAROLINE WHITNEY..... President 

ALLENE THOMAS Vice-President 

ANNE WITHERSPOON Secretary 

CARLA FLOYD ... Treasurer 

ELISE SMITH Historian 



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To those freshmen students who have mastered the art of good 
study habits is given the reward of membership in Alpha Lambda 
Delta, national scholarship honorary for freshmen. Pictured here 
are the sophomores who achieved this recognition for high scho- 
lastic ability their first year. 

Alpha Lambda Delta seeks to promote intelligent living with 
an increased appreciation of intellectual and cultural phases of 
campus life. 



Garnet Key 




OFFICERS 

MARGERY MALLARD President 

BETTY DIXON ...Vice-President 
BETTY STUART Secretary 

WOODIE BETTS Treasurer 



MEMBERS 

K. Aspinwall, M. A. Berry, W. Betts, 
E. Brown, A. Carter, B. Collins, P. 
Dillard, B. Dixon, J. Furman, C. Gal- 
lagher, H. Gong, V. Goodell, L. Hard- 
ing, H. Looby, E. Lomax, M. Mallard, 
E. Miller, B. J. Morgan, S. Palmer, 
E. Rasmussen, P. Tuttle, I. Santos, 

A. Seward, L. Simpson, A. Skevakis, 

B. Stewart, M. Berns, A. Futrelle, J. 

C. Levy, B. Loy, C. Merrin, M. Swan- 
son, V. Swicord, J. Zewadski. 



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The Garnet Key organized in 
1948 for the purpose of recog- 
nizing women students of the 
University who have made out- 
standing contributions of lead- 
ership, service and spirit. The 
organization promotes those 
activities which will foster the 
progress and spirit of Florida 
State University. 



Gold Key 



OFFICERS 

GEORGE DICKIE ... President 

JOE ALMYDA Vice-President 

CARL McCRAINE Secretary 

ARTHUR CONNELLY Treasurer 

DAVID WILCOX Historian 



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The purpose of Gold Key is 
the recognition of those male 
students who have demon- 
strated leadership in the vari- 
ous fields of student activities, 
and have maintained the spirit 
of and rendered service to the 
University. Gold Key is dedi- 
cated to the perpetuation of 
the three ideals among the 
male students of this Univer- 
sity. 




rE!°J 



feeler Blames 
Crowded Condition 
On Lack of Spat 

Lack of «,*«...-_, v 2Sd 



Sooks Outlast Lines 
As Students Finish 
Battlejjt^ookstore' 



ice 



s a nd ' 

***** jsss: stat n e t 

leirt 10 .„. na \istn ^ ev re port 
" lU ^ssocvated 



yjere » .., oP V: to 



«X5pJ 



»V b °"<u» school ol 



Lcu red f 

tudents has 
>ed s 

majority of 
v e arrived 
and the > 
V the e- 



^; 



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w\» ^TPWWInr to Mr J G Wheeler, 

. */p * "nager of the bookstdre, about 

^y A/ * ^o° k s have been sold there 

r/#. *© ^ Member an if a il these 



50 Year Program Will 
Include Men's Housing, 
Other New Buildings 

New dormitories for men, a new 
music building and a new wing 
to the gymnasium * ro nn ^~ .* * 






7* 






' T.O/ Xid end to end there 



o;y '?*+ ,. ^ 



'*/« 



*s 



j£Z °^^T°<fc, **o/ r * Sm A tha " all" the 

*&£*I&L&*4> \\ /who waited so 

^%^Xt^. /-.estimated 



e*5 



long enough to 

">d of College 

/ with books 

line of books 

^er than all the 

who waited so 



Vt ootn » 1DV *v, o0 \ ol J"— i,,cw aormitories for men a n*™ ift^T «* °^* ^ 

^-I5ir?:fc^ SP n "-=-TV^<&^ ■ - - . 

I* ft Vance < e fU \oce3 The p wag ^^ 4*2**^2? ^%7/P^ 

SsUSSte. Sff SS3SS ^m£W*? ers Start 



Two Debate 
On Question 
Of One World 

Knickerbocker Takes 
Negative Side; Duranty 
Affirmative on Russia 

..« T,.iuia be part of 



ua Uo^ ^mStee • 50 *««. college officials said *3 \V <ft 

- "> y - \ oXOX l~ and The newest phase of the n™ \° r° ^ ' J- *v% 

. d ents a gram * "« .^ Pro- L^^- <,*'// 



***4n' e rTty 4 / ei estimated that 
VVVV^r* 1, on the average, 
*/ *<? Cfc*^/ books each and upper - 
A^ $^y about three, 

** ^/jsh there were shortages 
•'"•t.ore is re- 



-----. —"c SC oinciais said. 



e 

:r 
d, 



rd St. a go ...:n. ^ . U"> 4>j 

| c r p one p arte£ Deleqates Attend 

l rs - v,ou\ com Pleted ar ^ ^ 

r ve pf « Iar Sara La Press Convention 

P u fnter' and the 99,01 . ^ , ■ /%■• 

f e ft f a g( Hisfc ory bun] In Columbus, Ohio 

\tvn& year. 



/es 



I, re u ^ History 
|\tin6 a ° year. 

»t iacnv^r* t ^e« f Five delegates from Florida 

eS a \ iacU^es, is V> gtate Univer sity left this week to 

,ne ^ ttlV ^! u \utn,K attend the annual Associated Col- 



ese t a \ la ciuUe atv isf State University left this week to 
P* the ^ ive *!uiattv.V« attend the annual Associated Col- 
ko nart of Ope [&*L ct ive <&**, L c0 n- \\ 1 egiate Press convention which 
«Can Russia be part ox ^ Uttr^ &f- ^\ as he i d a t Columbus, Ohio, on 

World," was the topic ol the oe w0 uia ct ical use October 21> 22 and 23. 
bite given by H R Knickerbocker. Lore P greater LeMoyne C ash, editor of the 

J Unowned roving reporter. Uven ■ ^e tojjj^scepiambeau. left Tuesday by car, 
world renowr * a ted Brit ish *& ^ at T^*** and Art Skevakis and Joe Almyda 

and Walter Duranty, «>» ^Sitol'' m ' "•- ^Uv Ho. Betty Delo of the 

;^ c nroeram. 



ftwff basJc ^b a]; *l» lv emiy S 9*toe 
'the* 3 ios s. TK Wajr Wtho, ntra " 

, -for a Z lisfV 



sored by the Florida State 

Sty artist series program. ' o ^i 

Knickerbocker, Negative ld ea « 

.._ xr„i,^rbocker, who took isrn 



,Ktf C 5 



Mr Knickerbocker, who took I *& ,■ 
the negative side ol the «*""£, nead 

W i°t g "S' worM S«S.fe * 

S3r5A?SrSS«-» jpsi-w* b °^ o. 

'oTuntU it encomP-s es^J 1 *- P , ^*g 

ave ■■■■,« British |ps ' _ an vouch fnr ;:'r s in thel oes * and manv ,^f.^. 3arbar ft c ommpnt g m in3tr UctQrg hflw 

1 Miami in the FsJ f 0n the tini Que "f ^« 
• I I* T" P AAA anofc her. Profe sslon ^ de Partment. wh ^P 

^es; Mar- /Product J? *f rodu ces a ,„ " * he 
«"U HerJare S * 'the fl eW . Vt^ 01 " 



Prom the negative vie^- Vi -r».„ 1 varied -•« '«w y with 5 a «ett Qrr Su- ^ 

Knickerbocker avered ^hat^Jf JJP Held can V0Uch gpfnce. in the /Be Ss and jJ^K^ 

FSU Registration Tops 5,00Q: 

ot 

For New Ail-Time Record * 



r- «" not s ' ,™ e "•'<•• ri "S? 




3 academic communi- 

istructive action in 

> lies in the creation 

rship. 

;nts Can Help 

• torn counlrie; 

in co: 

loney^Fr s 

ie Uimed S 

vtries look 

they cann; 

nselves," 

ason, I 

*SU t 

the 

Vili Discuss 
nstitution 
e of Florida 

s proposed new Flor- 
ion? A forum will 
ber 26 at 8 p m in 
litorium for the pur- 
ering this question, 
[rish, head of the po- 
department and Mr 
son, assistant profes- 
1 science, will discuss 
,his proposed consti- 
;d by the Florida Bar 

e urged by Chairman 
ner to attend this 
ler to become more 
h. this constitution 
5 presented to the 
slature during the 
n. 

stated that the pol- 
-ill be to limit forums 

hour as possible. 



Hi.-! io a i-^iiA 



seems to flouri 
grace, intim 
tail." 




art. 

ng Play 
'loot's' Delight 

Robert Sherwood's Pu 
prize winning play, "Idi 
light," is being presente 
speech department of 

State Univei-sity on the 
November 15, 16, 17 and 18. 

Sherwood's literary career began 
at the age of seven wlen be edited 
a children's magazine. "I; 
light," which is under- 
tion of Miss Emily C 
eighth play. 

In 1936 he receivec 
prize for his corned 
acclaimed by the cr 
greatest play of th 
American author 
timely subject.' I 
tion going to po 
wasted or corrup 

From the reco 
stuc? J^ who trie 
was {■feed for 
in MK-oduction 



annua Phi of 

t least thr'»e 

e. Information 

scheduled period and 

ed activities should also be 

furnished. 

committee state Abhat 
must be confineflLo 
eriod and that J 
approved by 



d Head 
onorary 

:ie was elected pre c 
coming year at *•' I 
g of the Gold T £ 

honorary reco 

and service, 
ers elected f o 
were : Joe A,;*^ 
t; Carl M, 
hur Connell ' 
id Wilcox, tO a. 

and Dav jH .icox 
?e of plan^tor the 
w members and ini- 



Discusses Homecoming 

Plans for the appointment, by 
President Doak S Campbell, of a 
committee to write a constitution 
were discussed at the initial meet- 
ng jfk the Universita^j^R*nment 
Ex^kive couj^^^St week in 
uilding with all 
de^fl^Pfnbers and faculty ad- 
isors^resent. 

Dr Broward Culpepper, Dean of 
Student Welfare, presided but in 
the future Charles McMillan, 
President of the University Gov- 



are supporting 
end. We can't 
Harry. 



i weekend was dis- 
; was decided that 
Qd work on the ap- 
nt with the Garnet 

>ers present who re- 
Jold Keys were Ar- 
7, Bill Meigs, Le- 
Roland Bagget, 
Han, Charles Dyson, 
Rufus Jefferson and 




Culpeppe 
Homecom 
For Decen 

"Florida State 
"homecoming v, 
held December 
nounced Dr J Bj 
Dean of Studen 
meeting of the ] 
mittee Monday 
Longmire buildii 

FSU-Universit; 
ball game Decen 
highlight. Oth< 
Odd-Even garni 
swimming exhi 
Pow-wow, coffee 
the president's h 
honor guests' pi 
to the Centenni 
and many other 

All legislatun 
been invited to s 
coming" and m 
guished guests, 
of the committe 
local citizens, 
and students. 




sy Discusses 
ling Plans 

new members and 
rnet Key, women's 
iry activities during 
weekend were dis- 
meeting Tuesday 

he honorary is rec- 
ilevement and lead- 



Fgppft 



PAT MURPHY 

hav^rii 
hut 
ier or trie FloricrersEace uriTveTs; 
circus troup, does better. Fred 
LanMrtilaiKe; 



Seniors to 
•onsors, 

enior class , 
iture speake 
further 
y queen to 
ie Birmingl 
festival, ts 
business when 
meets next Tues 
mire auditorium 
Class member; 
; formed of the cl 
^of investiture, w 
MHB for November 22 
Election of 
representative w 
er Westcott nex 
Thursday and tl 
announcd in the 
following day. 

Rufus Jeffersc 
,asked all class 
fcicipate in the 



ana Varied Perfazm ers 



i \ 





iorf dfdlBHF f i 
Spectators, munching popcorn 
and stamping their cold feet, saw 
over a dozen acts ranging from 
comical clowns to thrilling triple 
trapeze performances. The stars, 
all FSU students instructed by 
Mr Glenn A Haskins of the men's 
physical education department, 
have been training since last 
spring for their acts, which will 
also be used in the annual FSU 
circus this spring. 



mm 

it time. 

ackdrop 

uating Birf \ A WJf^%> #1% e elder, 

tarirler, %»i|A|el% Wf%'i ^' 

wtettes vied that much^fi k«p ! 



crowd saw the troup performing 
an thqgfettfctifct^fcersjifed.. 
note 
open air fpt the first time 

Aj|ainji cW w en backdrop with 
spd^JpJL^ Itj^ntuating 
ta 1 enW#*y§£Wt 
whistler, adagio qui 
with hand-balancing display of 
music and "Pete and Repeat," the 
clowns. Master' of ceremonies, 
Steve Foster, introduced the aerial 
manuevers and comedy routines, 
which were performed in spite of 
the cold weather and scanty cos- 
tumes. 

One of the new acts which 
brought the loudest "oh's" and 
"ah's" from the packed audience 




hi? mouth, 
ve^the heads 
nd spun her 
una as'sHW nung by her neck- 
Remarks ranged from "Who's your 
ly man/Jo 
rust a 
p his m 
shut!" oflTyMxrfJb 

Among: thajJro tfnflM eWfftred in 
the show ar# Afc^TQuinn, Al 
bert "Brick'f Bradford, Marilyn 
Watt, Fred Honor, Jim Kinsey, 
Felicia Wells. Nancy Jackson, Jody 
Clark, Nancy Bennett, Gil Al- 
dridge, Lee Young, Barbara Brooks, 
Sarah Culbreath, Jett Munroe, 
Maxine Martin, Mary Tarver. 
Sharon Hopkins, Betty McGuf- 



^Ibritton 
To Lead M 

Members of tl 
ers' Club elected 
president of theii 
Friday night. A 
J Linwood Cutle 
ism department 
uLfo'Ai#vis<; 

idents 
;he club this 
meeting will be 
of the History b 
October 27. 




Mortar Bo< 
On Quarrei 



PAPER 



The Florida Flambeau 

JUNE, 1949 * VOL. I * TALLY-HO 



CAPERS 



FLAMBEAU COVERS CAMPUS 



Policy Guarantees 
Full Coverage and 
Unbiased News 

The policy of the Florida Flam- 
beau has been one of constructive 
criticism aimed to stimulate dis- 
cussion and forward the progress 
of the school. 

As an editorial said in 1944, "It 
is not the function of a newspaper 
to praise The God of Things As 
They Are." It is, instead, the 
Flambeau's goal to encourage 
thinking and incite action upon 
necessary reforms. 

In 1927 the Flambeau started 
campaigning for the Phi Beta 
Kappa organization which was 
founded in 1935. Other years the 
paper led in requests for liberal 
changes in rules, fights for tradi- 
tions and changes in campus pol- 
itics. 

The Flambeau has endeavored 
to present unbiased news fairly 
and has tried to be the place for 
the airing of student opinion. 




THE DUTIES OF A NEWS EDITOR consist among many other 
things of posting assignments for the coming issue. Helen Hobbs 
and Harry Ryder see that reporters know where to find "news 
while it's hot." 



Webster Says . . . 

"Flambeau — (1) a flaming 
torch, especially one made by 
combining thick wicks invested 
with a quick burning sub- 
stance; (2) an ornamental 
candlestick; (3) a kettle used 
in boiling sugar (Southern, 
United States)." 



Editors Relate Many Trials 
And Cite Classic Mistakes 

There have been millions of words wasted on the worn subject 
of the trials of an editor, but Flambeau editors are not going to 
be outdone. "Trials?" they ask credulously. "Yes, we have them 
— all 50 of them." they say, pointing a unanimous finger at the 
reporters. 



A green reporter is always the 
biggest complaint of any editor 
and the Flambeau reporters are 
never anxious to break traditions. 
The first week of reporting a story 
is likely to begin in the usual hum- 
drum fashion with some startling 
sentence buried in the third para- 
graph announcing that Westcott 
has been blown up. But besides the 
reporters the editors have their 
public. 

One of the favorite subjects of 
the paper staff is the wonderful 
logic expressed in the headlines. 
At the first of the year a head- 
line announced quite seriously that 
"Wheeler Blames Crowded Con- 
ditions to Lack of Space." 

"We've had some funny letters," 
says LeMoyne Cash, editor. "Take 
for example the time we got a 
letter bawling us out for a story 



that sounded, in the letter-writer's 
opinion, 'catty.' But this is only 
one — the letters we get are a 
howl," he added. 

The proofreaders get a chance 
to read some hilarious misprints. 
Frances Wesson tells of the time 
one of her staff of proofreaders 
discovered a sports story that was 
supposed to read: "That's all 
water under the bridge." The "g" 
was left out. 

Perhaps some of the funniest 
sentences come up in the feature 
copy. At least that is the expressed 
opinion of Feature Editors Jacquie 
Allen and Betty Berg who cite an 
example. "One story we got was 
telling about a secret marriage: 
'They were married secretly for 
over a year,' it read. 'Now they 
have two children'." 

Where's the red pencil? 



Flambeau Now 
Presents News 
Of University 

Editors Hobbs and Ryder 
Start New Coverage System 

With a staff of 50 reporters, the 
Florida Flambeau has been able 
to expand its news coverage into 
almost every corner of both cam- 
puses of Florida State University. 

During the past year News Ed- 
itors Helen Hobbs and Harry Ry- 
der have worked out a system 
with most of the departments that 
makes the reporter's task a more 
simple one and the members of 
the department happier. If any- 
one in the department has any 
news, he reports it to one specific 
person. That specified person's 
name is put down on the report- 
er's assignment sheet and the re- 
porter is able to pick up the entire 
department's news from one per- 
son. 

Increased enrollment and the 
use of West campus have made 
the reporter's task more difficult 
but cooperation between the 
Flambeau and the academic de- 
partments and the other various 
offices and organizations has en- 
abled the paper to have a com- 
plete campus coverage. 



The four principle occupations 
of people are addition, subtraction, 
multiplication and division. 



Even Classes Give 
Funds to Promote 
First School Paper 

Receiving its first boost by the 
classes of 1916 and 1918, the 
Florida Flambeau expanded great- 
ly as it traveled through 30 years 
of news gathering and editing. 

When the two graduating class- 
es forfeited their annual and ac- 
cumulated money to give Florida 
State College for Women both the 
front gates and a newspaper, the 
Flambeau started on its way. In 
1923 the students got subscriptions 
to the paper by paying their stu- 
dent activity fee — the same fee 
that entitles the present student 
body to free papers each week. 

Journalism Started 

Journalism courses were intro- 
duced on the campus in 1927 and 
the eight column Flambeau made 
its appearance the following year. 
According to the issues of that 
year the enlargement was due 
largely to the efforts of Mr. Earl 
Vance, present head of the jour- 
nalism department. 

Staff Selects 

In the infant years of the pub- 
lication, staff positions were filled 
by the faculty. The entire faculty 
nominated and the executive 
board elected. Today the Flam- 
beau staff members are selected 
by the outgoing staff. The faculty 
takes no part in the selection and 
the editor is elected by the student 
body in the regular UGA elections. 

The Florida Flambeau today 
represents visually the expansion 
and progress of Florida State Uni- 
versity through the years by its 
growth from a small four column 
paper to its present size of eight 
columns and six pages. 



A home is where you live with 
your loved ones; a house is a man- 
sion on a hill with plenty of trou- 
bles. 



A sincere friend is one who says 
nasty things to your face instead 
of saying them behind your back. 



Page Two 



THE FLORIDA FLAMBEAU 



June, 1949 




MEMBERS OF THE SENIOR STAFF confer on the forthcoming issue 
of the Flambeau. Jackie Story, Jean Bagley, LeMoyne Cash, 
Cheryll Muster and Hazel Clarkson discuss the problems. Not pic- 
tured are Betty Wilkison and Terry Sellers. 



Red Wagon Rolls Onward 
As Old Custom Continues 

"It's your red wagon" said Flambeau reporters of 1937. 

AVhen the papers of that year were delivered off campus, the 
staff added a new member to their ranks — a red wagon. This 
wagon was used to carry the paper to the houses and was kept 
in the Flambeau office. 



All went well until the reporters 
started riding to classes in their 
garnet jalopy. Then other stu- 
dents wanted a ride, too. From 
that time on the use of the red 
wagon was restricted strictly to 
the carrying of Flambeaus. 

The wagon has disappeared 
with the passing of time and the 
practice of personal distribution 
of the paper, but its memory lives 
on. In recognition of her out- 
standing work in seeing that stu- 
dents received their news weekly, 
Margie Cash, managing editor, 
was presented upon graduation in 
December a little red wagon. The 
award was made by the Flamboy- 
ants shortly after the giant home- 
coming edition was put to bed. 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



Campbell's Soup 

(Condensed) 



Other plans for reviving the 
"spirit" of the red wagon were 
discussed the entire year by Flam- 
boyants and other staff members. 
After pricing several typical such 
wagons the matter was discarded 
for reconsideration by incoming 
Flamboyants next Fall. Mean- 
while others are continuing to 
search for a suitably priced ve- 
hicle. 



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Cluttered With 

OLD USED BOOKS? 

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we will be glad to dispose of 

them for you. 

• 
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• 

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KEEP THE PRESSES ROLLING 

Publication of Paper Takes 
Week of Reporting, Editing 

The unfailing appearance of the Florida Flambeau is no mod- 
ern miracle. It is, instead, the result of a week of work that 
brings the paper to Westcott each Friday morning-. 

(Assignments are put up for the 
reporters on Friday morning and 
are usually deadlined for Tuesday 
noon. Then at the first of the 
week the editor checks in the 
copy. After a few corrections, ad- 
ditions and other necessary evils, 
the story is either initialed by the 
editor or tossed into the rewrite 
editor's box. 



School Elects Cash 
First Male Editor 

Through two world wars and 
dozens of campus upheavals, an 
editor in skirts has guided the 
Flambeau over the years. 

That statement was true until 
1948 when the election of Le- 
Moyne Cash broke the tradition. 

LeMoyne, who first started to 
work on the Flambeau when the 
campus male element was by 
courtesy of The University of 
Florida, became the first male ed- 
itor of the Flambeau's 33 years 
of existence in the spring UGA 
elections. A Tallahassee resident, 
he exepcts to continue in the 
journalistic profession after grad- 
uation. 



Flamboyants 
Initiate Twelve 
New Members 

The ranks of the Flamboyants, 
"journalism ornery," were swelled 
at the end of the Winter Quarter 
when twelve new members were 
abducted into the organization. 

The recent initiates who were 
formally made members at an im- 
pressive ceremony in the Flam- 
beau office on March 11 are Betsy 
Blanton, Mike Beaudoin, Vic Dun- 
away, Earl Dobert, John Fann, 
Marian Doro, Harry Ryder, Mon- 
trelle Sessions, Gene Tidd, Helen 
Ward, Jack Murphy and Art 
Skevakis (ornery member). 

Former members conducted the 



Next Steps 

If okayed, the story passes to 
the copy reader's desk. Here it is 
grammatically corrected. From 
the copy desk the story goes to the 
managing editor's desk. It is given 
a head size and sent to the head- 
line editor. The headline editor's 
job is to write a head according 
to the unit count and "slug" the 
story on the printer's slug sheet. 
Proof Read 

Once the printer gets the story, 
it's life isn't over. A trial copy is 
run off and checked twice by the 
proofreaders for typographical er- 
rors. Then okayed again, it goes 
back to the printer who places it 
on the page according to a dummy 
laid out by the managing editor. 

The following Friday morning 
the life cycle of a Flambeau story 
is completed as eager readers rush 
to get their copy of the paper. 



ceremony. Taking part were: Jac- 
quie Allen, conductor of the sym- 
phony; Helen Hobbs, keeper of 
the flame; Vi Puglisi, sermon; 
Betty Berg, doorkeeper; Mary 
Alice Hunt, investiture; Anna Hol- 
den, the principles of the ornery; 
Pokey Aspinwall, refreshments; 
Bobby Love, Pat Murphy and Lois 
DeLavan were in charge of Gen- 
eral Preparations, Club sponsor. 
Jackie Hinton kept a club tradi- 
tion by attending "in spirit." 




THE BUSINESS STAFF, the ones who gather the ads, confer with 
their chief. Rudolph Watson, Susan Pettit, Jeanette Rudd, and 
Virginia Burgess, standing, meet with Betty Delo, Sparky Benz, 
and Caroline Whitmore, seated. 



June, 1949 



THE FLORIDA FLAMBEAU 



Page Three 




BETTY DELO, business manager 
for the paper, is responsible for 
filling a great deal of the space 
as well as keeping the paper go- 
ing financially. 



Names Submitted 
For Weekly Paper; 
Flambeau Picked 

It might be called The Weekly 
Flastacoivo, The Pine Knot, The 
State College News or The Lan- 
tern. These were only a few of the 
suggested names for the present 
Flambeau. 

But Mrs. L. A. Yates, the first 

circulation manager, submitted 

the winning name, the Flambeau. 

The paper cannot claim fame 

for being the first publication on 

1 campus for it was the third. How- 

j ever, it is the only publication 

I which has retained its original 

name. 



SLIGHTLY USED 

RED TAPE 

Handy for gift wrapping 

and hanging your 

roommate. 

You may buy it by the 

yard or by the mile. 

See the 
Administration Office 



MEET 

YOUR FRIENDS 

At the campus' 

newest rendezvous . . . 

The 
Reference Room 

of 

The 

Ha If -of -Knowledge 
Hotel 

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TRY OUR RESERVE ROOM 



Business Staff 
Is Essential 

Delo Manages Group, 
Handles Financial Burden 

Essential to the smooth opera- 
tion of any newspaper is the or- 
ganization and work of the busi- 
ness staff. The Florida Flambeau 
is no exception. 

The business staff is headed by 
Betty Delo and is charged with 
the responsibility of selling adver- 
tisements, getting the money, 
keeping the office supplied with 
paste, scissors and the like, and 
mailing out copies of the paper to 
advertisers and other universities. 

Plan for Ads 

Where the editorial staff is con- 
cerned only with writing, the 
business staff thinks in terms of 
how many ads they must sell to 
finance the words written. In 
planning special issues, as for ex- 
ample the homecoming issue, the 
business staff is told how many 
pages the paper is to be. In the 
event that they did not bring in 
the correct number of inches the 
paper would necessarily have to 
be shortened in order that it would 
not be a financial failure. 



There are more bananas in 
banana cream pudding than in 
two stalks of bananas. 



You can drive a horse to water 
but a pencil must be led. 



To err is human, but when the 
eraser wears out before the pen- 
cil, beware. 



"Don't worry" is a better motto 
when you add the word "others." 




MANAGING EDITORS Pat Murphy and Margie Cash plan the lay- 
out for the next issue of the FLAMBEAU. As well as judging the 
importance of news, they must be a general jack-of-all-trades in 
the office. 



Card Catalogue and Morgue 
Help Flambeau Reporters 



As an aid to the busy reporters 
and staff members, the Flambeau 
card catalogue and the morgue are 
indispensable. 

The card catalogue was institut- 
ed May 4. 1934 under the direc- 
tion of Professor Earl Vance and 
three student assistants. It is 
a complete cross-file on persons, 
departments and subjects and is 
kept in the journalism office. The 



file has not been kept up to date 
since 1944 but plans have been 
formulated to revise it. 

The Flambeau "morgue" con- 
tains bound volumes of every 
paper published since 1924. As a 
tool to reporters, the morgue is 
especially helpful during the pub- 
lication of special anniversary is- 
sues such as homecoming or Flor- 
ida State University's birthday. 




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GENERAL OFFICE CONFUSION and the typical last minute rush in the room on the second floor of 
the Longmire building is shown here. Between cries of "Who's seen that building story?" and "Any- 
body got a cigarette?", the paper is written. 



Page Four 



THE FLORIDA FLAMBEAU 



June, 1949 



The Florida Flambeau 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

LEMOYNE CASH EDITOR 

JEANNE BAGLEY, CHERYL MUSTER 

BETTY WILKISON. THERESA SELLERS ASSOCIATE EDITORS 

JACKIE STORY, HAZEL CLARKSON ASSISTANT EDITORS 

MARGARET CASH MANAGING EDITOR 

PAT MURPHY MANAGING EDITOR 

JACKIE HINTON COPY EDITOR 

HELEN HOBBS NEWS EDITOR 

Feature Editor Jacquie Allen 

Feature Editor Betty Berg 

Assistant News Editor Harry Ryder 

Copy Staff Violet Pugiisi and Judy Taylor 

Picture Editor and Office Manager Margaret Strum 

Sports Editor Arthur Cobb 

Women's Sports Editor Lois Delavan 

Sports Staff Lcnnie Burt and Billy Colbert 

Society Editor Bobbie Love 

Re-write Editor Jacqu.e Trevine 

Headline Editor . . . ; Margaret Langrud 

Art Editor Mary Alice Hunt 

Proof Editor Frances Wesson 

Fashion Editor Kitty Chaires 

Columnists Harry Ryder. Mike Beaudoin 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Betty Delo BUSINESS MANAGER 

Assistant Business Manager Sparkie Benz 

Business Assistants Susan Petti, Martha Whitaker 

Circulation Staff Jeannette Rudd, Virginia Burgess 

Exchange Staff Bety Jo Miller, Gloria Baxter 

ADVERTISING STAFF 

Rudolph Watson, Caroline Whitmire, Virginia French, Doris Stevens. Harriet Paul 
and Marion Lehman. 

Member 

Intercollegiate Press 

(Re-entered as second class matter, January 30, 1915, at the post office at 
Tallahassee, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879) 

Published Weekly During the School Year 



5th Column LETTERS TO 



• YOU CAN'T PLEASE ALL 

Getting out a newspaper is no picnic. If we print jokes, people 
say we are silly. If we don't they say we are too serious. If we 
stick to the office all day, we ought to be out hustling material. 
If we go out and try to hustle, we ought to be on the job in the 
office. If we don't print contributions we don't appreciate genius; 
and if we do print them the paper is filled with junk. 

If we edit the other fellow's write-up, we're too critical ; if we 
don't we're asleep. If we clip things from other papers, we are 
too lazy to write them ourselves. If we don't we are stuck on our 
own stuff. 

Now like as not some guy will say we swiped this from some 
newspaper. We did. 

From the U. of Houston Cougar, who swiped it from the Daily 
Texan, who swiped it from the SMU Campus, who swiped it from 
the Texas A&M Battalion who swiped it from someone else. 



• ORCHIDS AND INKSPOTS 

To the boys of the printshop at the Tallahassee Daily Democrat 
goes a chorus of "Thanks, fellas." 

We know we've treated you rough— pounding out copy past that 
nine o'clock deadline and pleading "just this once." We know that 
we haven't been doing our share of the bargain by sending one- 
third of the copy in on time. We know it and we hate ourselves. 

But you boys — you are patient cusses. We are sitting here 
loathing ourselves and you continue to spoil us. "Okay, just this 
once." And so it goes on and on ... . 

Here gentlemen — help yourselves to a bouquet of orchids! 



"all the news that's fit to tint" 

tally-ho! it's off and away we 
fly. they tell us that this is for 
the annual but we are under the 
impression that miss skevakis 
wants it to send to the un-ameri- 
can activities committee, art — 
you wouldn't dare would you? 

our flambeau work is getting to 
be most trying, how can poor 
redicals hope to succeed under 
prevailing conditions, namely: — 
we work for cash, check copy, live 
in the capitol city, and send our 
paper to the democrat to be print- 
ed! our only encouragement has 
been the establishment of a new 
left wing on the gym. 

Preparation for marriage stu- 
dents and instructors have at last 
determined the main cause of 
divorce — marriage. 

And before winding up this 
column here's a tip to humanity 
students: achilles was the Greek 
warrior whose mother dipped him 
in the river stinx until he became 
intollerable. 

since this is to be preserved for 
prosperity er, positively — es pos- 
tureity — oh heck — for the future 
— we give you our good by-line — 

the flamboyants 

ps — this makes about as much 
cents as we haven't got! 



THE EDITORS 

Dear Editor: 

There is a general feeling on 
camptis that your weekly scandal 
sheet has communistic tendencies. 
I would hate to add to the burden 
of the congressional committee on 
Un-American activities so I am 
not submitting your name for in- 
vestigation. 

As proof of your leftist leanings 
I offer the fact that you weekly 
publish a libelous feature entitled 
the fifth column. Even if you deny 
the fact that it is completely com- 
munistic you must admit that it 
is certainly read — . 

Yours truly, 
CARL MARKS 



Dear Editor: 

Five years ago when I finished 
my Freshman year at FSC I was 
stupid. 

I was ignorant, uneducated and 
suffered from illusions and hal- 
lucinations. Then I started read- 
ing your fine paper — the Flam- 
beau. 

Now I am a different person and 
expect to leave this school soon. 
In fact here comes the little man 
in the white coat to take me away 
now. 

Sincerely, 
MABEL HAYES. 



Spirit of the year 



Repose* 







June, 1949 



THE FLORIDA FLAMBEAU 



Page Five 



Another year has rolled by and 
with it our FSU Seminoles have 
scored upsets in all the varied 
branches of the sports field. And 
to report the news of the winning 
ways of our fighting Indians for 
the enlightenment of the specta- 
tors are Arthur Cobb, men's sports 
editor, ably assisted by his erst- 
while colleagues, Lonnie Burt and 
Bill Colbert. Tagging onto the 
"big" news has been no small job. 
The columns of the '48-'49 Flam- 
beau will prove that these boys 
are equipped with power-packed 
pens and rapid-fire drive, and are 
able to hit pretty nearly a 4.0 
mark in the writing game. 

On the women's sports agenda 
is Lois De Lavan, women's sports 
editor. She has to keep up with 
the tanglings of the Odds and 
Evens as they take the field in the 
FSU sports arena. These teams 
battle it out for the top berth in 
women's sports every quarter. 

Try 
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(That's Masterpiece spelled 
backwards) 

Eceipretsam Cigarettes 

are not KING size, not MONARCH 

size, but 

DICTATOR SIZE CIGARETTES 

'Sponsors of that exciting mystery 
show, "The Adventures of GREG 
CRAWFISH, The Vulture." 



Journalism Department Keeps Expanding 




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FSU SPORTS NEWS is selected by Lois Delavan and Arthur Cobb, 
Flambeau sports editors. 



Special Issues Emphasize 
Important Campus Events 

Special issues have always been both the pride and the pain 
of the Flambeau staff— from the original one-man job to the 
present one involving over 45 people. 

Tn iqts when the oaner was' Under the Florida State College 
■ ? ^ t £ u rlJ, Tp fTrtt for women, the Flambeau printed 
just a baby^ Ruby Leach, the first ror worn celebrating its 

editor worked all night to wnte ^ binhday in 1940 The « baby 
the first big special issue. Al- novel „ con tained over 65,000 
though she had to be prudent as words 

she said "in those pre-war days This year to CO mmemorate Flor- 
when ladies were expected to be- j ida state University's first Home- 
have according to mid-Victorian coming weekend, a 16-page, two- 
standards," she could proudly eel- | section issue was published cover- 
ebrate the original eight-page j ing all phases of university ex- 
Flambeau. I pansion 



VanceSeesGrowth 
Throughout Years 

From a one-man department 
offering one course to a four-man 
department with two pages of 
courses listed in the catalogue is 
the record of the journalism de- 
partment. 

Vance Teaches 

The first course in journalism 
was taught by Professor Earl 
Vance who came here in 1927. 
This past year Mr. Vance wit- 
nessed a report of the Florida 
Newspaper Publishers Association 
which rated FSU's journalism de- 
partment above the University of 
Florida department. 

"We stress the practical side of 
the business but we also insist up- 
on a broad liberal arts back- 
ground," explained Mr. Vance. 
"That is why we were rated so 
high," he added. 

300 Majors 
There are approximately 300 
journalism majors registered at 
FSU. Over 400 students are en- 
rolled in the journalism courses. 
The present department boasts 
a staff of four instructors. Besides 
Mr. Vance, Mr. O. M. Montgom- 
ery, Mr. Lin Cutler and Miss Het- 
tie Camp all teach classes in jour- 
nalism. 




Situation wanted— One worn out 
Flambeau staff wanta easy, short 
hours, high pay job for lifetime 
(Until age of 65). Preferably not 
any paper work. 



THE FLAMBOYANTS, authors of the fifth column, get a big 
laugh reading the column copy in a typical writing session. From 
left to right- Anna Holden, Mary Alice Hunt, Helen Hobbs, Lois 
DeLaven, Jacquie Allen, Bobbie Love and Betty Berg. Not pic- 
tured are Jackie Hinton, Pat Murphy and Violet Puglisi. 



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Page Six 



THE FLORIDA FLAMBEAU 




- Tlambeau flickers - 



LeMoyne Cash, chief consultant 
of the Senior Staffers and his 
charming wife Margie, manager of 
the Flambeau's Cash, went to the 
well known beach resort. Alligator 
Point, for the weekend. 

Meanwhile other Staffers at- 
tended the weekly Thursday night 
meeting held in the Democrat 
office. Present last night were 
Cheryl Muster, Betty Wilkison, 
Terry Sellers, Jackie Story, Hazel 
Clarkson, Margaret Strum and 
Kitty Chaires. After the regular 
business meeting a party was 
formed to honor Jeanne Bagley 
who graduated last December. 

AAA 

Colonel McCormick of the Chi- 
cago Tribune was guest speaker at 
a short meeting of the Flamboy- 
ants last Wednesday. 



Members of the Flambeau Ad- 
vertisers went on a scavenger hunt 
Monday afternoon. The hunt led 
through most of the Tallahassee 
businesses. Each member was in- 
structed to bring back 500 inches 
of advertisements. 

ft ft ft 

The Busmess Staff Society hon- 
ored its leader Betty Delo Tues- 
day night. Cokes and aspirin were 
served the retiring Business Man- 
ager by her staff. 



The exclusive Sportsmen's Club 
met secretly to flip coins and se- 
lect winning teams for their col- 
umns tomorrow. 

ft ft ft 

Announcement of a new union 
for the prevention of overworking 
editors was made yesterday by 
Harry Ryder. Judy Taylor, Mar- 
garet Langrud, Jacquie Trevine, 
and Prances Wesson have been 
pledged to the union. 



Flambeau Gets 
New Editors 
For Year 

New members of the Flambeau 
staff were appointed during the 
Winter Quarter this year. Helen 
Hobbs was elected as editor of the 
publication by the student body 
in the regular UGA elections. 

Senior staff officers for the cur- 
rent period are Harry Ryder and 
Lois DeLavan, Associate Editors; 
Mike Beaudoin and Anna Holden, 
Assistant Editors; Mary Alice 
Hunt, News Editor; Pat Murphy, 
Managing Editor; Vi Puglisi, Copy 
Editor; and Betty Berg, Business 
Manager. 

Other staff positions are filled 
by Junior members. These are the 
following: Earl Dobert, Assistant 
Managing Editor; Montrelle Ses- 
sions and Betsy Blanton, Assistant 
News Editors; Harry Copeland and 
Jeanne O'Riorden, Feature Edi- 
tors; Jane White, Society Editor; 
Barbara Sliney, Fashion Editor; 
Edris Morgan and Helen Ward, 
Copy Staff; Earl Bowden, Sports 
Editor; Jack Murphy, Assistant 
Sports Editor; Harlan Franklin 
and Dot Hatch, Sports Staff; 
Anne Gregory and Gene Tidd, Re- 
write Editors; Vic Dunaway and 
John Wheeler, Columnists; Ted 
Bayless, Picture Editor; Betty 
Thornhill, Office Manager; Jerry 
Tatum and Marian Doro, Staff 
Writers; Ramona Herman and 
Mary Loud Muster, Staff Assist- 
ants; John Fenn, Proof Editor; 
and Roberta Alford and Elaine 
Sellas, Proof Staff. 



In Christianity a man can have 
only one wife. This system is called 
Monotony. 



A Scout is a friend to all and a 
bother to every other scout. 




"ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT" is helped to reach the 
students by Margaret Strum, picture editor; Jackie Hinton, copy 
editor; Frances Wesson, proof editor; Betty Wilkison, associate 
editor and Violet Puglisi, copy editor. 



"IT ALWAYS COMES IN AT THE LAST MINUTE," complain 
staff members. Mary Alice Hunt, art editor; Jacquie Allen and 
Betty Berg, feature editors; Bobbie Love, society editor, work on 
the final articles. Not pictured is Kitty Chaires, fashion editor. 



Annual Banquet Introduces 
Next Year # s Staff Members 

The celebration of the New Year is usually held January 1st 
but not by Flambeau staff members. For the editors and would- 
be editors, the year begins third quarter. 



In the spring the out-going staff 
entertains the new staff members 
at the annual Flambeau banquet. 
The "boys of the back room," the 
linotype operators, are guests of 
honor according to custom. 
Newsroom Motif 

Speeches, menus and gifts carry 
out the newspaper motif. Quill 
pens in ink bottles, miniature 
flambeaus or metal slugs as name 
plates are among the many novel 
favors used. 

The new staff for the next year 
are informed of their new job 
at the banquet. The senior ed- 
itorial staff is appointed by the 
newly elected editor. The senior 
staff then names the junior staff 
members. 



Fifteen Graduate 
From Paper Staff 

The Florida Flambeau gradu- 
ates 15 lettermen this year. 

Included in the number who 
will not return to the office on 
the second floor of the Longmire 
building are Margie Cash and 
Jeanne Bagley who graduated last 
December. Others who will receive 
their degrees this June or August 
are LeMoyne Cash, Cheryl Muster, 
Betty Wilkison, Terry Sellers, 
Jackie Story, Hazel Clarkson, 
Margaret Strum, Art Cobb, Jac- 
quie Trevine, Frances Wesson, 
Kitty Chaires, Betty Delo and 
Jeanette Rudd. 



This method of selection con- 
trasts greatly with the original 
way of choosing the paper's staff. 
Then the faculty nominated all 
the staff positions. 



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OFFICERS 

JUANITA DE VETTE ....President 

GWENDOLYN RAMAGE Secretary 

LOUIS OWEN ZIEBOLD ....Treasurer 
DR. M. W. CAROTHERS Counselor 



The Graduate Club was organized in the spring of 1 948. Its mem- 
bership is drawn from approximately three hundred graduate 
students. Its aims are ( 1 ) to foster a spirit of fraternity among 
graduate students. (2) to advance mutual professional interests, 
and (3) to help in building a great Graduate School in Florida 
State University. 




HEALTH CLUB 



OFFICERS 

JAMES DIFFENBAUGH President 

FRANCES ANTENOVA ... Secretary 

JACK R. WILSON Vice-President 

MRS. ODELIA M. WILSON Faculty Sponsor 



Membership of this organization is composed of health education 
majors and minors. 




WESLEY FOUNDATION 



OFFICERS 

BETTE BARNES President 

EILEEN LOMAX_____ Vice-President 

MARGARET DAVIS Secretary 

GERTRUDE WHITTY Treasurer 

SID HENRY President Sunday School 



Our Wesley Foundation offers a center of worship, a training 
school for churchmanship and a sense of commitment to Metho- 
dist students on campus. 

The fellowship at our student house is deepened by our Sunday 
night suppers, our social activities and the many hours we spend 
sharing experiences with each other. 




BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



VIRGINIA GOODELL 
JOAN GRIMSLEY 
MARY ELLEN LISLE 
CAROL FREDENBURG 
LUNETTE CRAVEY 
MARIE TOBIAS 
JEAN HEADLEY 
JOYCE HARPER 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

HELEN CULBRETH 

MARY TOTTEN 

IRIS DOSSEY 

MARY CAROLYN CURTIS 

HAZEL HODGE 

EDNA WAMBLE 

BOBBIE NEEL 

RAY BROWN 



SHIRLEY HARGRAVES 
SARAH LOU WELLS 
CLYDE MARIE FOSTER 
BARBARA JEAN MORGAN 
CAROLYN TURNAGE 
MISS FAITH JAMES 
ARTYE FUTRELL 



Through the Baptist Student Union we seek 
to present a well-rounded program of ac- 
tivity that will challenge the best in every 
student. Christ is made personal through 
Sunday School . . . Vespers . . . pre-school 
retreat . . . freshman circus . . . Training 
Union . . . hikes . . . skating parties . . . Bible 
discussion groups . . . state convention . . . 
"Screwball Week" . . . study courses . . . 



prayermates . . . Young Woman's Auxiliary 
. . . annual faculty-student banquet . . . 
summer Ridgecrest assembly . . . hikes . . . 
BSU choir . . . state spring retreat . . . "Bap- 
tist Players" . . . morning watch . . . Devel- 
oping the student's loyalty to his local 
church is one of the purposes of the Baptist 
Student Union. 




NEWMAN CLUB 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



ANNA HOLDEN President 

EDGAR SCHLITT Vice-President 

VIOLET SOS IN . Treasurer 

N I NA SHUMAN Recording Secretary 

MARY ANN BERRY.... Parliamentarian 

MARJORIE BLACKSHAW ._ ...Senior Representative 



MARGUERITE MYERS Junior Representative 

MAR I ON DORO Sophomore Representative 

DICK MOONEY Men's Representative 

REV. FATHER WILLIAM O'FARRELL, 

REV. FATHER KOHONE Chaplains 

MISS MADELINE NOAH Faculty Advisor 



Newman Club is the club of Catholic culture and 
fellowship at Florida State University. Through its 
bi-monthly meetings Catholic students are brought 
together in religious, social and educational activi- 
ties, which range from discussion study clubs and 
lectures to picnics, dances and parties. All Catholic 
students enrolled at FSU are automatically mem- 



bers, and spiritual guidance is given to the group 
by the local priest. In addition to their activities on 
campus, Newmanites help teach catechism classes 
and maintain a Sunday morning nursery for the 
local parishioners' children. Representatives are 
usually sent to both the state and the province 
Newman Club conventions. 




HILLEL FOUNDATION 



OFFICERS 



ESTHER BARASH President 

GRACE DAYAN— Vice-President and Social Welfare Chairman 

ANITA FRIEDMAN Recording Secretary 

MARILYN ROSNER Corresponding Secretary 

LEATRICE Z I VI REN Social Chairman 



JOYCE ARONOVITZ Cultural Chairman 

HERBERT LEWITT Treasurer 

BOB PEARLMAN Parliamentarian 

RABBI JULIUS KRAVETZ Director 

MISS LOIS GOLDMAN Faculty Advisor 



MEMBERS 

C. Adler, G. Atlas, C. Becker, H. Bell, L. Benjamin, I. Berkman, H. Blam, S. Brameister, M. 
Bucholtz, M. Capelonto, R. Cohen, M. Edwards, M. Fleet, L. Friedman, S. Dwoskin, L. Gross, 
M. Haimowitz, E. Goodwin, M. Harris, V. Harris, D. Jaffe, R. Herpe, E. Liebling, I. Linick, S. 
Ludwig, P. Marks, R. May, G. Monheit, S. Maness, I. Portnoy, M. Tatner, P. Rotenberg, A. 
Solomon, B. Sager, N. Schecter, A. Schwartz, A. Sunshine, R. Sherman, R. Shlafrock, J. Singer, 
I. Pugatsky, R. Torn, M. Zolka, Z. Kaplan, . C. Levy, M. Kaufman, S. Goldstein. 



Sponsored by B'Nai B'rith, Hillel Foundation works 
to bring a more adequate knowledge of their her- 
itage to the Jewish students on FSU's campus. 
Hillel provides the medium where Jewish students 



can meet socially. The officers and directors of the 
Foundation are dedicated to help the Jewish student 
find the activities most suited to his need and 
desire. 




WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 

CYNTHIS MERRIN .. President COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN: 

PARKER PERKINS 1st Vice President T Stanford, B. Collins, E. Nickinson, C. McRea, I. Santos, P. 

, nA c a M-r/-ic -> j w n _i Perkins, V. Swicord, M. McCormick, R. M. Mauldin, C. Verser, 

IDAbANlUb Znd Vice President r^ , /., .. VA/ : fu c r l n r ■. d i *.• n. 

D. J. Allen, M. Winfield, E. Gahr, M. Garrett, B. Latiner, D. 

MARILYN ARCHBOLD ....Secretary Clonts, F. Higginbotham, G. Reeves, M. V. Atkinson, A. Egan, 

BETTY MOORE Treasurer M. Betts, C. Baxter. 

Westminster Fellowship is the organization of the college Presbyterian stu- 
dents. Sunday school classes, Bible study and discussion, music and service 
projects are included in the activities. The group seeks to carry on a complete 
church-centered program to fit the needs of all students. 




CANTERBURY CLUB 

VESTRY COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 

ART SKEVAKIS ...President A Bache, M. Curry, C. Gillen, P. Hamilton, M. Harrox, 

MIMI RENWICK .... Vice President Keyton, N. Jones, E. Lazear, B. Loftus, B. J. McCormick, 

BARBARA BOLING Secretary Taylor, H. Everett. 

BUDDY MARSHALI Treasurer 

To promote fellowship among the members of the group and others interested 
in the Episcopal church is the aim of the Canterbury Club. The official organ- 
ization of the Episcopal students on campus, it has as its governing body, the 
Vestry. 




CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION 

MARIE CHILLINGWORTH._._ President GERALDINE CHASTAIN Corresponding Secretary 

BETTY BERG Vice-President GLADYS CASKIE -Treasurer 

NANCY ANN POWELL Recording Secretary 

The Christian Science Organization is composed of students, faculty and 
staff of the university who are of this denomination. The major annual under- 
taking of the organization is the presentation of a Christian Science lecture 
which is given on the campus and open to the public. Also open to all those 
who are interested in Christian Science are the weekly testimony meetings. 




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RED CROSS COLLEGE UNIT 

BETTY DIXON . Student Chairman MARTHA WALKER Treasurer 

MARGARET ANN BLOCKER Vice Chairman PEGGY PRUITT Publicity Chairman 

JO ANN CLOUD Secretary 

The college unit of the American Red Cross gives the students actual experi- 
ence in and a better understanding of Red Cross work. It is the connecting 
unit between the local chapter and college students. First aid, water safety 
and accident prevention courses, the annual fund drive, and other services 
are performed by this unit. 




SOPHOMORE COUNCIL 



The "Blue Jackets" of Florida State University have 
sponsored such activities as the WSSF Faculty auction 
during the year. The activities of Sophomore Council 
has been confined to service to the school. Members 
of the council are elected each spring and they are 
the first to meet the timid Freshmen in the fall. This 
year, the Council operated on information booth in 
front of Westcott during the first homecoming cele- 
bration of the University. Another project given to the 
organization is the sale of "rat caps" in cooperation 
with the Sophomore class. The "Blue Jackets" are 
charged also with the responsibility of raising and 
lowering the flag in front of Bryan. 

MEMBERS: 

B. Alexander, E. Allen, M. Archbold, M. Badcock, J. Bennett 
B. Blanton, P. Burghard, B. J. Cobb, G. Cubbedge, M. Doro, 
B. J. Drake, A. Eidson, C. Floyd, M. Ford, J. Fowler, M. Ful- 
ghum, F. Funchess, A. Graves, B. Gurney, D. Harding, D. 
Hassinger, V. Haynes, M. Hiatt, F. Higginbotham, J. Hiscock, 
P. Holden, B. A. Holland, D. Hopkins, B. Hutt, R. Kinsey, A. 
|Kutrow, L. Larson, M. Land, C. Leinbach, R. McBride, H. 
McCorkle, B. Mathis, L. Minkley, B. Neel, A. O'Quinn, A. 
Oliver, J. Owen, V. Parkhill, F. Patterson, P. Patterson, N. 
Prior, M. Queen, M. Quigg, M. Rigg, B. Rushing, N. Sayer, 
A. Scudder, P. Sharr, B. Shannon, C. Shiver, R. Simon, J. 
Sledzinski, J. Smith, A. Thornton, J. Trupp, C. Whitney, L. 
White, R. Williams, C. Yonge, B. Zipf. 



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OFFICERS: 

AUDREY BYRD President 

ANNETTE NORDAN— . First Vice President 

PAT VINSON Second Vice President 

MARTHA ROBINSON Secretary 

MARY EDDINS '_ Treasurer 



Picture titles: 

1 . Cabinet poses 

2. Bathing Beauties 

3. Morning Worship in the Cathedral 

4. Meditation in the Morning Dew 

5. Our President at Gussie's Mercy 

6. Swing Yo' Partner 

7. Canoe Champs 

8. Scout Leaders and their Chilluns 



One of the most diversifed organizations on 
campus is the YWCA. During the year they 
have sponsored such activities as evening 
Vespers, Easter Sunrise service, forums on cur- 
rent affairs and a recreational and leadership 
training program for summer camp counsel- 
ors. The "Y" is non-denominational and seeks 
to unify the various religious groups on cam- 
pus. The Fellowship Clubs have helped ac- 
quaint the freshmen members with the dif- 
ferent committees. The program of the YWCA 
is directed by a cabinet composed of officers 
and committee chairmen. 





UNIVERSITY 4H GLllll 



OFFICERS: 

INGRID TIERESE President 

RUTH LEMMON Vice President 

BETTY TREVARTHEN Secretary 

BETTY RUSCHMER Social Chairman 



MIRIAM HOLMES and 

ANNE GREGORY ....Freshman Advisors 

GERTRUDE WHITTY Reporter 

MRS. BONNIE JEAN CARTER and 

MISS LORENE STEVENS Advisors 



MEMBERS: A. M. Hanna, V. Gaskins, H. Jones, M. Publes, B. Trevarthen, H. Hipp, R. Lemmon, M. Morse, B. Hudnall, M. Foun- 
tain, I. Tierese, G. Whitty, B. Ruschmer, S. Futch, F. Littleton, M. Kirby, S. R. Elkins, A. Gregory, I. King, M. Holmes, T. Medline, 
G. Caskie, M. L. Medline, L. Spaeth, J. Raebring, J. Flynn, C. Thompson, J. Giddens, J. McNeill, K. McCadams, N. Richards, B. 
M. Elkins, H. Arnold, M. L. DeWolf. 

The University 4-H Club is the one organization at FSU that has a special course designed to 
encourage members of the younger generation to go to college. The Short Course, held at the end 
of the school year, brings high school students from all over the state to Tallahassee. The purpose 
behind the 4-H'ers here is to become more familiar with the work of the Florida Extension Service. 




GEOGRAPHY OLUB 



Douglas Alley, Martha Amos, Annette Anderson, Mary A. Bossidry Betty Burns, Marjorie Chandley, Alda Lou Cherry, Jacque 
demons, Frances Collins, Gladys Collins, Mils Dean, Alvary English, Ard L. Eulenfeld, Anne Marie Flournoy, Addie Ruth Folks, 
Anita Friedman, Rubye Ganey, Mary E. Garst, Alda Mae Hanna, Betty Lou Hardin, Anna Hill, Martha Jo Jones, Marjorie V. King, 
Irene Kerby, Lisa Koenitzer, Sara Lambert, Florence Littleton, Tony Montesdeoco, Tony Machado, Helen Maki, Jack McGrare, Eva- 
lina Mcintosh, Maude Mims, Mildred Nichols, Doris Nowark, Jean Raiford, Audrey Richard, Charlotte Ricker, Helen Rizon, Jose- 
phine Roehrig, Frank E. Scott, Betty Rushmer, Joan Scott, Alma Simmons, Marie Simmons, Julie Spencer, Martha Spencer, Rita 
Sprankle, Alice Steed, Clifford Taylor, Peg Thompson, Jane Thompson, Mickey Tamasello, Alfred Hsinyuan Tu, Betty Tuten, Mar- 
guirite Wainwright, Mary Lillian Watson, Dorothy Welker, Wanda Williams, Mamie Maitken, Marie Clifton, Gladys Crane, Mary 
C Mayhuse, Carol Murrell, Virginia Venters, June Whidden, Sally Henley, Dolly Aiken, W. J. Glover. 




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INTEUNATIONAL RELATIONS OLllll 



OFFICERS: 



JIM EWING 
BETTY WILKI 
SPARKIE BEN 



President 

SON Secretary 

Z Treasurer 



BEVERLY SIMMS ....Program Chairman 

EDITH JOHNSON Historian 

MR. H. R. LUDDEN Faculty Advisor 



That its members should leorn to understand the feelings and actions of 
people in all countries is the purpose of the International Relations Club. 
Through its many sponsored speakers and discussion, it tries to promote 
peace through understanding. 

MEMBERS: 

P. Allsopp, P. Baker, D. Benz, L. Boyce, B. Brown, D. Carlin, M. Clonts, J. Ewing, 
R. Herman, E. Johnson, F. Littleton, R. D. Ludden, E. McRoyan, M. Morse, J. Paul, 
G. Pamage, J. Stathis, B. Wilkison, B. Sims. 




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WOULD FEDERALISTS 

OFFICERS: 

RUFUS JEFFERSON President JEANNE O'RIORDEN Recording Secretary 

MARGARET CASH ... Vice President MARY LOU MUSTER.... ...Treasurer 

BEVERLEY SIMMS Corresponding Secretary 

Members of the United World Federalists strive to arouse public interest in 
establishing a federal world government. The FSU group brought speakers 
to the campus this year and sponsored radio programs on WFSU. 




CASA CERVANTES 



Casa Cervantes is the only kind of dormitory life for which you get college credit. From the moment 
a member of this unique groups enters the door of the little house at 61 1 West Jefferson street until 
the time she leaves it again, all conversation is carried on in Spanish. 

The Spanish house was started in 1946 for the purpose of giving students a chance to really learn 
the language by speaking it almost continually. They eat the evening meal together each day and 
follow this with a social hour. The social hour consists of singing, story-telling, skits or entertaining 
guests — all in Spanish. One Spanish custom not observed by all members however is the commend- 
able siesta habit. 



MEMBERS: J. Buschmann, I. Leslie, J. Fogarty, G. McWilliams, A. Wood, B. A. Hawkins, E. Garcia, C. Lischka, I. Berkman, 
G. Caskie, P. Marks, A. Sunshine, J. Hand, B. Moore, J. Sackhoff, S. F. McLamore, D. Lippincott, H. Burnside, B. Simms, 
R. Cox, J. Brinson, C. Ricker. 





LOS PICAROS UE LOPE DE VEGA 



OFFICERS: 

ROSARIO ARIAS President BEVERLY RENTZ Treasurer 

OLGA VEGA Vice President ANNA FERNANDEZ Publicity Agent 

CATHY POWELI Recording Secretary BEVERLY GOODNIGHT Historian 

ALICE ESPERANTE Corresponding Secretary HERBERTO LACAYO Sponsor 

MEMBERS: L. Alsonso, R. Arias, B. Arrojo, W. Baker, J. Buschman, B. Campbell, N. Day, C. Dean, J. Dupree, A. Esperante, 
Alice Fernandez, Anna Fernandez, J. Fernandez, R. Fiezl, B. Foster, N. Gavilan, Y. Gonzalez, B. Goodnight, M. Govantes, 
S. Grimaldi, B. A. Hawkins, H. M. Johnson, M. King, I. Lesie, C. Lischka, M. Martin, N. Martino, S. McFarlin, S. McLa- 
more, C. Powell, V. Puglisi, B. Rentz, B. J. Richards, H. Sanchez, T. Smith, V. Sosin, M. F. Stiekland, O. Vega. 

PLEDGES: D. Aiken, G. Alvarado, I Berkman, C. Carballo, B. Collins, J. Cooke, D. Dominguez, J. Durrance, Amelia Fern- 
andez, D. Friscia, R. Gonzalez, E. Potter, R. Spoto, A. Velasco. 

Founded on campus in 1947, Los Picaros, the National Spanish Honorary, is naturally quite limited 
in its membership. Each quarter oral and written examinations are given to aspirants and each spring 
a new crop of Picaros is harvested. Confidentially if you are brushing up on your Spanish, dust off 
your record collection and ask the examiner "Cuanta Le Gusta?" 




PRE LAW CLUB 



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Marie Kirby, Buck Vocelle, Martin Gainer, Margot Nasiallah, Christy Dale, Richard Brooks, 
J. B. Crutchfield, Rube Askew, Garrett Swindale, Herbert Marsh, Peggy Hodgson, Marion 
Elise Davis, Eugenia Stathis, Ed Campbell, Roberta McBride, Hap Kneale, Barbara Southard, 
Carolyn Williams, Rufus Jefferson, June Cameron. 

Sponsor: MR. LORACE E. CATTERSON 




HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



OFFICERS: 



NANCY BOGGS President 

RUTH LEMMON Vice President 

DOROTHY LOVE Secretary 

IRMA HOLT Treasurer 

CARLA DEITZ Senior Representative 

RUTH MARSHALI ...Junior Representative 

ANN WITHERSPOON Sophomore Representative 



MEDA MORRIS Publicity Chairman 

PEARL CLINE Membership Chairman 

JUDY GIBSON- ....Social Chairman 

IRMA HOLT Finance Chairman 

DR. MILDRED BRICKER, 

MISS FRANCES TACIONIS, 

MISS RUTH DALES Faculty Sponsors 



MEMBERS: C. Adams, R. Adams, B. J. Allen, L. Anderson, E. Armstrong, N. J. Armstrong, H. Arnold, J. Aronovitz, A. 
Atwater, F. Barnhill, J. Beach, B. Bendinger, V. Bert, M. Bishop, N. Boggs, S. D. Bowman, B. Buechly, F. Brown, M. Burdine, 
V. Carlton, S. K. Oakes, M. Catlett, B. Clark, B. J. Clements, P. Cline, B. Cochran, J. Cowan, M. E. Cowan, G. Crane, C. S. 
Cross, A. Cutts, C. Deitz, B. Denmark, K. Dewar, M. A. Edwards, S. Elkins, M. K. Ellis, B. Farnell, C. Flint, A. Flournoy, 
M. Fountain, H. Friedheim, H. Galloway, A. Gardner, M. Gardner, M. Garrett, V. Gaskin, E. Geeting, J. Gibson, D. Gill, B. 
Gillespie, C. Gray, E. Greene, B. Griffity, E. Gustafson, W. Haily, M. Hanzo, E. Hargrove, L. Harrison, D. Hayes, J. Hayward, 
J. Hedick, B. C. Hicks, J. Holloway, I. Holt, M. Huckins, B. Hutt, M. Johnson, C. Kautz, R. Lemmon, O. Letton, L. J. Lewis, 
D. Love, C. Malloy, M. Marotta, R. Marshall, B. May, L. Medlin, M. L. Medlin, H. Meiners, S. Meyer, B. J. Miller, F. Mit- 
chell, M. Morse, M. Morris, S. Morton, J. A. Moses, M. Mowiser, M. Myers, C. McCall, N. McCleery, A. MacCrone, B. Need- 
ham, B. L. Nuttle, M. 01 1 iff, M. Osteen, M. H. Owen, D. Partridge, S. Peacock, M. Phipps, A. Pike, M. Powell, R. Powers, 
C. Prenedel, M. Pritchett, S. Procter, Z. Ratcliff, C. Register, M. Renwick, L. Riley, M. F. Rotolo, J. Rouse, E. Rutherford, 
L. Santarone, H. Scanlon, J. Schwartz, B. Schnider, E. Sellas, A. Sheppard, G. Skinner, E. Smith, F. Smithers, L. Spaeth, J. 
Standley, W. Stockwell, K. Sullivan, R. A. Langham, H. Tilghman, B. Travarthen, J. Tyndall, F. Venters, M. Vickery, I. 
Walker, M. S. Walker, B. Ward, M. C. Weldon, D. Welker, C. A. Well, B. West, I. L. Williams, M. J. Williams, B. Wills, 
H. Wilson, B. Windham, M. Windier, C. Witcher, A. Witherspoon, M. A. Wolfe, M. Yeats. 



FACULTY MEMBERS: Dr. Margaret R. Sandels, Dr. Mildred Bricker, Miss Helen Cate, Dr. Ruth Connor, Mrs. Jessie Mc- 
Vey Rossman, Miss Ruth Dales, Mrs. Ruth Ferguson, Miss Mary Dee Marshall, Miss Aileen Merwin, Miss Bertha Munks, 
Dr. Jennie Mclnlosh, Miss Helen Richey, Dr. Hazel Stevens, Miss Frances Tacionis. 




SENIOR HALL COUNCIL 

OFFICERS: 

BETTY LOY President 

IRMA HALI Secretary 

SENIOR HALL COUNCIL MEMBERS: R. A. Adams, D. J. Allen, M. A. Berry, N. L. Boggs, G. Clark, E. 
Dawkins, J. Harper, J. Harris, I. Holt, M. Horrot, A. Hunt, E. Johns, B. Loftus, D. Love, B. Loy, M. Mallard, 
R. McCoy, B. Moore, B. Nelson, J. Swartz, B. Setliff, A. Welch, C. Wilson. 

Senior Hall Council is the official judicial body of Senior Hall. All cases involving members 
of the Hall are reviewed by the Council. The main purpose of the group is to uphold the 
traditions and standards set by previous Senior Halls. 




A. 
DAY STUDENTS' ORGANIZATION 

OFFICERS: 

ELIZABETH GREENE President 

SARA GOULD Secretary 

NANCY WH ITE Treasurer 

MONTRELL SESSIONS Social Chairman 

The Day Students' Organization is now for women day students only, but reorganization is 
planned to include men as well. The Day Students' Organization will continue as the gov- 
erning body while Lambda Beta will be a social arm of the group. 




VILLAGE VAMPS 

OFFICERS: 

CARR I E KATE BOYNTON President 

SALLY C. HENLEY Vice President 

ALICE WOOTEN Secretary 

BETTYE MYRICK Treasurer 

MEMBERS: A. Bannerman, M. Bentz, C. Boynton, J. Day, B. Ellery, S. Ellis, F. Fulghum, M. Gwynn, S. Henley, M. Hiatt, B. 
A. Holland, P. Jones, B. Koons, S. Kunkle, P. Lowry, M. A. McGinley, S. McKay, B. J. Murdough, B. Myrick, A. Oliver, A. Over- 
bay, N. Parramore, B. Patterson, F. Patterson, P. Patterson, M. Rosner, P. Roush, A. Russ, J. Sayer, J. Smith, D. Snively, M. J. 
Sowell, I. Steagall, M. J. Taylor, S. Taylor, J. Tate, S. Thomas, M. N. Thrower, E. Wilcox, A. Wooten. 



As the official hostesses for campus social affairs, the Village Vamps are selected for poise, 
personality, vivaciousness and attractiveness. The Vamps took over the production of a 
fashion show first quarter and have continued with a full schedule of activities through- 
out the year. With the alluring talents of the VV's they might easily qualify as outstand- 
ing date-bait. 




COTILLION 



OFFICERS: 

BETTY LOY President 

PATSY PINKTON Vice President 

PEGGY PARISH Secretary 

HELEN SPACH Treasurer 

MARY JANE HOLTON ... Dance Chairman 

SARA LOU CHAMBERS Publicity Chairman 



MEMBERS: B. Loy, P. Pinkston, P. Parish, D. Brinkman, M. Calley, S. L. Chambers, J. Cram- 
mond, B. J. Cobb, D. Crumley, M. Flynn, B. Fosgate, J. Harper, M. J. Holton, L. Harry, N. 
Jackson, R. Mclnnis, M. Munro, N. Prior, H. Spach, J. Stroberg, F. Wells, J. Wooten, M. Burke, 
B. Moor, S. Hall, Y. Fitzgerald, M. Badcock, J. Ghiotto, N. Spach, M. Wester, B. Coleman, 
J. Butler, M. Adams, P. Trask, J. Bennett, S. Mooney, B. Geiger, S. Grimaldi, L. Brinkman, 

B. J. Brock, N. Jones, B. Hart, B. Armstrong, D. Missio, F. Antinori, J. A. Lassiter, D. Evans, 

C. Wilson, P. Preece, D. Whitfield. 



Dancing their way through college the Cotillionites conduct classes 
throughout the year for all students interested in brushing upon 
their dancing technique. The members also serve in the capacity of 
hostesses at campuswide dances. Membership in the club is based 
on the individual's ability to execute the various steps while leading 
or following. 




CAVALIERS 



Jerome Allen, Kenneth Roberts, Jim McMann, Ralph Cowart, Charles High, Bill Gahlcnbcck, 
D. L. Middlebrooks, D. G. Lujon, G. H. Williamson, Eddie Guthrie, Austin D. Stoner, John 
Crowell, Wayne Koger, Wendel Barnes, Parke Saffe, Jared J. Westberry, Ray Culbreth, Roger 
Drahan, Dean Roberts, Frederick Boris, Mack Mangum, Carl Beeler, Carl Thompson, Rube 
Askew, John Witt, Harry Hughey, Joe Almyda, J. T. Sandy, Carlton Gray, Bill Horner. 



PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE 




FACULTY COMMITTEE ON THE TALLY-HO 

(Left to right) : Mr. J. N. Baker, Miss Edith W. West, Faculty Advisor to the Tally-Ho, Mr. 
Rod K. Shaw, Miss Helen Mooty, and Dr. Louis Shores, Chairman of Faculty Committee on 
Student Publications. (Not pictured, Dr. Chester S. Neilson.) 



With a full crew aboard the '49 Tally-Ho coach, 
Driver Art Skevakis cracked the whip and the long 
trip to the printer and engraver was begun. 

Art Editor Joe Almyda and his assistants, Mar- 
garet Braun, Pris Carter and Susie Kunkle drew up 
colorful plans to complete the journey through the 
yearbook, while the trip's financing was left to the 
ingenuity of Business Manager Aquila J. Marshall, 
Assistant Earl Turner, Sparkie Benz and Jean 
Stathis. 

Fuel for the Tally-Ho was provided by Copy Ed- 
itor Pat Murphy and her staff, Betty Berg, Marion 
Doro, Betty Wilkison, and Ramona Herman. Gen- 
eral repair and handy-man was Managing Editor 
Jacquie Allen. Directing from a strategic position 
on the axel, Jacquie kept the wheels in motion. 
Important cogs in these wheels were such staff 



members as: Nancy Owens, Picture Editor; Esther 
Jensen, Class Editor; Ann Leach, Panhellenic Ed- 
itor; Bill Albright, IFC Editor; Laura Simpson, 
Features; Gloria Albritton, Organizations; Lois 
Delavan, Women's Sports Editor; Max Baird, 
Men's Sports Editor; Art Cobb and Bob Cooksey, 
sports staff writers; Betty Dot Galbraith, Honor- 
aries Editor; Jane Saffold, Activities Editor; Phyllis 
Alsopp and Edith Johnson, Heads of Publicity Staff; 
Lessie Busbee, Faculty; and Jack Crowell, Annette 
Nordan, and Eddie Hacker, staff photographers. 
Lending invaluable assistance at rather difficult 
cross-roads were Fred Busbee of the Campus Studio, 
and Max Zeigler who took all the pictures in the 
Feature Section. 

After a weary and lengthy journey, the staff 
members consoled themselves by announcing, 
"We've devoted this year to ART!" 







TALLY HO STAFF 




MEN'S MUSIC CLUB 



DAVID WILCOX . President 

BILL BANKS ..Vice President 

GUD ADKISON ■ Secretary-Treasurer 

DR. W. L. HOUSEWRIGHT ...Faculty Advisor 



There's music in the land and the Men's Music Club was founded at Florida 
State University in the spring of 1948 to advance its cause. The club's mem- 
bership is composed of men who are interested in music and perform in the 
campus musical organizations. 



MEMBERS: G. Adkison, J. Mercer, G. Mitchell, D. Strickland, P. Watson, R. Canfield, J. 
Gunn, J. Kohler, B. Banks, F. Honour, J. Van Pelt, L. Evans, W. Baker, A. Bradford, D. 
Griffin, J. Phillips, G. King, J. Sandy, E. Draughon, A. Kannwischer, H. Kepple, G. Gaskins, 
D. Wilcox, H. Kelly, B. Kirksey, C. Hospodar, A. Larsen, R. Smith, F. Blake, J. Boda, R. 
Briggs, R. Braunagel, Dr. W. L. Housewright, Dr. K. O. Kuersteiner. 









UNIVERSITY SINGERS 



OFFICERS: 

BETTY LATIMER President 

PATTY MIMS Vice President 

DORIS STEVENS Secretary 

WILEY L. HOUSEWRIGHT Conductor 

MAE GAUTIER Accompanist 



This organization, new this year, is designed to meet the needs of the general 
university girl who finds pleasure and satisfaction in choral singing. Musically 
worthy performances of a wide sampling of choral literature are given. 



First Sopranos: Marianne Bassett, Joyce Beach, Helen Blam, Elizabeth Bridamour, Lucinda Lee Carson, Juli- 
anne Clark, Rose Ellen Coleman, Louise Fischer, Jean Flynn, Betty Ford, Carolyn Haire, Latrelle Harden, Anna 
Hill, Edwina Johnson, Jo Anne Keagle, Jane Kirk, Dorothy Kish, Betty Latimer, Betty Jean Lavender, Gloria 
Manrique, S. Margaret Marshall, Gabriella Molina, Margot D. Nasrallah, Delly Rowe, Julie Spencer, Jean Strick- 
land, Mary Watson, Ellen West, Caroline Whitmire, Caroline Witcher, Mary Ruth Vause, Marie Underwood. 

Second Sopranos: Martha Amos, Beverly Bennett, Sarah Brameister, Carmen Casal, Dorothy Clark, Elizabeth 
Cooper, Helen Culbreth, Carolyn Dixon, Evelyn Draper, Pat Duane, Rita Duffy, Bess Enge, Alice Fleury, Ruth 
Forbes, Virginia French, Elizabeth Futch, Mary Etta Gatlin, Virginia Guthrie, Juanita Hanson, Clarine Hobbs, 
Jeanne Hooker, Alice Jackson, Amanda Kennedy, Bertha Kersey, Melva MacPherson, Jeanette Mathis, Elsie 
Peddie, Betty Pichard, Pat Roehling, Ruth Rutland, Mary Ann Schock, Grace Stephens, Marie Tobias, Rosemary 
Trefethen, Harriet Whitlock, Ruth Wilkie, Mary Wooten. 

Altos: Betty Jane Allen, Barbara Alley, Miriam Allsopp, Gretchen Bauer, Linda Bowser, LeVeda Brown, Gwen 
Clement, Betty Epps, Eloise Fishback, Patricia Harrison, Joan Hettinger, Peggy Jester, Doris Eline Johnson, Til 
Lomaistro, Glenna Long, Carolyn Marcum, Eleanor Marett, Marion Meeks, Marilyn Meiter, Patty Mims, Sylvia 
Ruth Naness, La Rose Oliver, Margaret Powell, Bonnie Roddenberg, Myrtle Rogers, Betty Jean Rushmer, Nellie 
Scardasis, Smily Smith, Doris Steven, Roberta Swingley, Allene Thomas, Virginia Tuppen, Marguerite Wainwright, 
Lois Whitmore, Elizabeth Zim, Faye Zorn. 




WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 



Mary Elizabeth Adams, Beverly L. Alexander, Jane Atchley, Katharine Baisden, Mary Eliza- 
beth Barber, Margery Bass, Elizabeth Bell, Helen Bell, Donna Blackketter, Sarah Ann Bra- 
meister, Helen Coral Bright, Jeannelle Brown, Martha Caldwell, Hazel Clarkson, Martha Clary, 
Doris demons, Janice Marily Cooke, Jacqueline Cox, Jeannette Cox, Rosalyn Cox, Nina Craig, 
Roberta Dart, Lillian Davis, Joan Daye, Phyllis DeKalb, Julia Mae Ditty, Helen Edminston, 
Yvonne Susa Fossett, Marjorie Fussell, Elizabeth Gigl, Sara Jane Godfrey, Geraldine Halliburton, 
Marie Hartley, Varian Helms, Helen Lorena Henry, Laura Hiott, Annette Holland, Barbara 
Home, Betty Houlihan, Helen Jungmeyer, Rosalind Keller, Virginia Kelly, Patricia Ledbetter, 
Mary Lissenden, Yvonne Mae Lumpkin, Marjorie Maner, Mary Dee Mathews, Roberta Mc- 
Bride, Jane McLeod, Cynthia Merrin, Cortlandt Morper, Ann Mize, Janice Myers, Doris Need- 
ham, Lorraine Nottage, Joan Roper, Laura Simpson, Joan Sistrunk, Mary Stuart Smith, Mary 
Lou Spring, Virginia Swicord, Elouise Truett, Elsie Ward, Velma Wilkie, Daisy Whitaker, Wy- 
nonah Zetrouer, Vivian Zigrang, Shirley Davidson, Betty Lou Shannon, Barbara Trawick. 




UNIVERSITY CHORUS 



OFFICERS: 



CRIS HOLLEY__ 
GENE GASKINS. 
JOE ANN BARNES 
RAWL WILKINSON 
MARIE TOBIAS—. 
HERMAN GUNTER- 



President 

.Vice President 
.Secretary-Treasurer 

Librarian 

Librarian 



Director and Faculty Advisor 



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Organized for the betterment of music on this campus, the University Chorus 
was installed at FSU in 1946. 




SYMPHONIC RANIJ 



ALTO CLARINET 

Margaret Reid 
Martha Stephens 

BASS CLARINET 

Steve Edwards 
Edna Grvezinger 

ALTO SAX 

Betty Carter 
Myra Kight 
Gene Mitchell 
Claudia Narday 
Jack Birch 



TRUMPETS 

Betty Jean Allen 
Russ Elsader 
Guss Atkison 
Harold Carrin 
Charles Dean 
Lee Jeffers 
Gordon King 
John Luper 
Alice Jenkins 
Jack Scarborough 
Earl Jackson 
Junior Garret 



BARITONES 

Shirley DeBald 
Ed Calloway 
Willie Jackson 
Mary Taruer 



TROMBONE 

Don Allen 
Marie Benson 
John Eddens 
John Watson 
Ann Rogers 



TENOR SAX 

Tommy Dale 
Robert Herpe 
Eloise Harrison 

BARITONE SAX 

Jack Blackburn 

OBOE 

Katherine Coons 

CLARINET 

Benny Bernanda 
Ed Birch 

Dalaris Burnham 
Merle Bush 
Francis Cobb 
Billie Greenwell 



HORNS 

Betty Aditison 
Pat Daniel 
Nell Fogarty 
Mercedes Futch 
Perry Watson 
Helen Hawes 
Dot Mathews 
John Mercer 
Evelyn Ozee 
Ed Santana 
Kathryn Stedham 
Orville Taylor 
Lois Cameron 
George Corradino 
Jane Mattison 
Henry Blake 



BASS 



James Parks 



PERCUSSION 

Wanda Hamilton 
Worth Henson 
Frank Kellgo 
Happy Nicolsen 



FLUTE 

Jeanne Beckham 
Barbara Hibbard 
Joanne Nelson 
Barbara Wroten 




MARCHING BANI1 



MEMBERS: B. L. Addison, B. J. Allen, D. Allen, S. Atwell, M. Bensen, B. Berondo, J. Black- 
burn, M. Bush, E. Calloway, L. Cameron, H. Carrin, F. Cobb, R. Cook, G. Corradino, S. Daboll, 
T. Dale, P. Daniel, J. Eddins, S. Edwards, R. Elsasser, M. Fielding, N. Fogarty, M. Futch, D. 
Garrett, B. Greenwell, E. Groezinger, W. Hamilton, E. Harrison, W. Henson, B. Herpe, B. 
Hibbard, H. Howes, E. Jackson, L. Jeffers, A. Jenkins, M. Kight, G. King, F. Killgo, B. Lee, 
J. Lloyd, D. Mathews, J. Mattison, G. Mitchell, J. Nelson, E. Nicolson, A. Nordon, J. Park, 
J. Phillips, P. Reed, J. Rutherford, E. Santana, J. Scarborough, M. Stephens, K. Stidham, M. 
Tarver, M. E. Tavel, O. Taylor, J. Watson, P. Watson, B. Wroten. 




UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY 



Firs* Violin 

Fred Honour 

William Hilton 

Charlie Anderson 

June Cameron 

Mary Elizabeth Cook 

Glenna Sparkman 

Dan Boda 

Ernest Jones 

Willard Baker 

James Gunn 

Second Violin 

Martha Williams 
Jeane Broome 
Lois Schooner 
Elise Thomas 
Betty Rushmer 
Margie Harden 
Margaret Ratcliff 
Jean Alderman 
William Bean 

Viola 

Nancy Kretschmar 

Alice Jenkins 

Sharon Lane 

Fred Blake 

Cellos 

Gladys Smith 
Mildred Aitchison 

Flora Kinsey 

Rebecca Rodenburq 

Owpn Sellers 



Bass 

Wilmer Banks 

Elinor Crews 

Shirley Higginbotham 

Marion Meeks 

John Boda 

Harp 

Mary Reeder 

Librarian 

Augustus Adkinson 
Kerry McElhany 

Flute 

Joanne Nelson 

Louise Fischer 

Margaret Toole 

Barbara Hibbard 

Piccolo 

Margaret Toole 

Oboe 

Mary Louise Gamble 

Kathryn Coons 

Betty Louise Wells 

Mary Boothby 

English Horn 

Robert Smith 

Clarinet 

Jerry Kohler 
Edwin Santana 
Beverly Stowe 



Alto Saxophone 

Robert Smith 

Bassoon 

Steve Edwards 
Betty Bly Marble 

Horn 

Annette V. Bork 

Don Strickland 

Pat Daniel 

Trumpet 

J. Gordon King 

Augustus Adkinson 

Dalton Garrett 

Trombone 

Joseph Vara 
Marie Benson 

Tuba 

Peggy Mock 

Tympani 

Don Banks 

Percussion 

Robert Smith 
Peggy Pelot 



SO LIAS 
Library Service Club 



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OFFICERS: 

BILL POLLARD 
Editor 

PHOEBE SUDLOW 
Social Director 

BETTY WOODALL 
President 

EDNA GROSLINGER 
Secretary-Treasurer 

MISS AGNES GREGORY 
Faculty Advisor 

MR. ROBERT CLAPP 
Faculty Advisor 




MEMBERS: June Inman, Hazel Burnside, Auralie Phillips, Elizabeth Von Dohlen, 
Mary Tone, Lillian Oelslager, Cleo Sapp, Frances Hatfield, Marjorie Wright, George 
Olsen, Valona Bromich. 




MEMBERS: C. Newman, W. Frost, E. Gahr, D. Massey, F. Furlow, J. Thompson, H. 
Knowles, C. Warrell, H. Morrison, N. Schechter, D. Lake, L. Abel, C. Eason, E. Mor- 
gan, G. Davis, P. Perkins, E. Johnson, P. Johnson, W. Duckworth, R. Thornton, R. 
Bowen, R. Jefferson, K. Gard, C. White, R. Wilkie, E. Potter, M. Winfield, A. Kerr, 
A. Teague, J. Nightengale, M. Gwynn, W. Barber, P. Rose, H. Rizou. Faculty Ad- 
visor: Miss Lynette Thompson. 



CLASSICAL 
CLUB 



OFFICERS: 

PATTY ROSE 
President 

RAY THORNTON 
Vice President 

DANNY MASSEY 
Secretary 

MISS LYNETTE THOMPSON 
Advisor 



The Classical Club has 
set down as its guiding 
light the encouragement 
of the study among the 
student body of Greek 
and Roman civilizations. 
The members band to- 
gether in order that each 
of the members might in- 
crease his own personal 
knowledge of the classics. 
However, the cultural 
crowd readily admits that 
its ulterior motive is to 
make studying the class- 
ics popular on this cam- 
pus and throughout the 
state. 



Opposite is a cover which should be familiar to all as that of the psucclo- 
intellectural publication ably mis-managed by the brightest psuedo-intellect 
in FSU's aalaxv — Barbara Byrnes! 



Barbara R. Byrnes, Editor, TALARIA 





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Editorial 



CHEATING is an old and venerable practice; it is one 
employed often and skillfully by people in every walk 
of life — they cheat each other and they cheat them- 
selves. In many instances it has developed into something of 
a fine art. There are as many techniques of cheating as there 
are people and issues involved. Now this custom is much more 
universal than is commonly supposed. In fact, deception, fraud, 
trickery and hypocrisy are so prevalent, so very much a part 
and parcel of the lives of everyone of us, that it is difficult to 
imagine the chaos which would result were these practices sud- 
denly discontinued. Our civilization — ANY civilization — would 
be bankrupt. We would have no spiritual resources on which 
to draw. 

Let us take a look at what would inevitably occur. Every 
advertising firm in the nation would immediately be dissolved, 
thus throwing thousands of people into unemployment. Most 
magazines and newspapers would go out of print, for there 
would be no advertisers to support them; more people would 
be without a source of income and instrument of delusion. 
Countless products would go off the market, for they could 
no longer sell themselves under false pretenses, and therefore 
would have no justification at all for being. Naturally radio 
would become a thing of the past, for the programs would 
find themselves without sponsors, and by the very nature of 
the case most of them would perish on the grounds of decep- 
tion. The cinema business would restrict itself to non-partisan 
documentaries and shortly cease to exist at all. Cartels, monop- 
olies, corporations — these would be nothing but words. The 
church would be out on a limb of embarrassment, and so, for 
that matter, would government. The doors of classrooms would 
be closed. International negotiations would have to be termi- 
nated. Individuals would be denied the pleasure and joy of 
hypocritical and deceitful thoughts and deeds — my fraudulent 
reader, you can easily imagine how dull life would then become. 

In a word, our entire culture, the delicate product of in- 
numerable generations of cheating, would collapse and die. 
We would be no better off, materially, than were the cavemen. 
Such a situation is fantastic — no rational man, child of his 
twentieth century heredity and environment, could will such 
a thing. For it is well known that the more advanced a civiliza- 
tion becomes, the more hypocritical it must be. 

And therefore, since we all reallize what an integral and 
fundamental part of our lives cheating is, why do we not 
acknowledge it? It is, of course, essential to our concept of 
deception of others and self that we should preach one thing 
and practice another — this enables us to increase our hypocrisy 
geometrically without any real expenditure of energy and in- 
tellect. This frequently works to our advantage, for we all 
know that material betterment is the sole purpose underlying 
our simple and delightful philosophy, though we must neces- 
sarily deny this in order to adhere faithfully to our doctrine. 
Therefore that if we are able to dissuade from cheating those 
who are stupid enough to believe us, we will be cutting down 
competition; those who do not cheat fall by the wayside and 
constitute life's failures. A common practice in this respect is 
the attempt to instill in small children a conviction that cheat- 
ing is not nice, with the hope that by the time they are old 
enough to see the fallacy of whatever line of unreason you 
pursue, you will have gotten your own, and can retire from 
commercial competitive cheating into a sedentary life of back- 
biting and self-deception. This is a very important factor, and 



not one to be underestimated as to net effectiveness, but it's 
not nearly so esthetically pleasing, from a hypocritical point 
of view, as the System of Rules and Regulations. 

This system represents the very apex, the ultimate, in 
hypocrisy. We gather together, as a nation, a state, a com- 
munity, or an institution and glibly make rules or laws whereby 
cheating is prohibited. Not only does this procedure afford 
us a great deal of inner glee, but it is purposeful as well. For 
by the enforcement of rules and regulations, the unfit are 
weeded out, thus clearing the field for those who are adept 
at cheating, who have a genuine talent for it, so to speak. 
Our keen enthusiasm for cheating would no doubt be some- 
what dulled were the danger element removed. 

Now, taking into consideration the fact that the almighty 
super-structure of society is erected upon a firm foundation 
of cheating, and that each of us, as an individual, is caught 
in a web of hypocrisy, which is indeed, of his own spinning, 
we should face the facts snidely. We, as college students, 
should prepare ourselves carefully for our future roles as cit- 
izens. Are we going to permit ourselves to be outcheated and 
outhoaxed at every turn? Are we going to become social mis- 
fits and fall by the wayside because of an inferior ability to 
fraud or some perverted predisposition toward honesty? Or 
shall we go forth into the world proudly and earn a good name 
for ourselves and for our Alma Mater by becoming respected, 
feared, and loathed by our fellow citizens? 

It is beyond question that all of us, except for the few 
neo-idealistic dissenters in our ranks, aspire to success. Well 
then, is there any way by which we ccn further our chances? 
Let us see. As the status now quo, we are busy playing our 
hypocritical little game of Rules and Regulations. This is fine; 
as I said above, it tends to keep us alert, on our toes. We will 
encounter plenty of this sort of thing when we go forth into 
the big wide world, until we are well established, that is, and 
so we had better learn how to buck it on a somewhat smaller 
scale. But there seems to be a tendency now to move away 
from stringency of rules. We are being put on our honor to 
do or not to do certain things. This is unfortunate — all we 
have to do is tell a lie, and then only if we are backed into 
a corner. And mere lying will never help us greatly in the 
Struggle for Survival. If we are given much more leeway the 
practice of cheating will probably be abandoned here on campus 
— there will be no incentive, no risk involved. It is not a good 
thing to give people too much freedom — they are apt not to 
abuse it. 

This is a deplorable situation. Something must be done 
about it. What can we do about it ? The solution is very simple 
and should prove to be enjoyable, too. Since a relaxation of 
the rules results in a relaxation in cheating, and then in a 
further relaxation of rules, we must pull ourselves together 
and make a tremendous effort to cheat as much as possible for 
a few months — this should not be difficult, however. If con- 
venient, we might even have an organized movement, a real 
drive. Carried on extensively and thoroughly, over say a period 
of three or four months, I am sure that we will find ourselves 
enmeshed but good in a stimulating and intellectually chal- 
lenging system of rules and regulations. Cheaters of the school 
unite! You have nothing to lose but the honor which cripples 
you. 

— B. R. B. 



UNPATTERNED 

Yesterday, I whispered all my soul into unhearing ears, 
And straight pale lips smiled absently at all my fears; 

Today, aloud and unafraid I said, 

God pity feet that travel down one road with one intention 

Clad with the fitted shoes of stiff convention. 

And pity eyes that see with narrowed vision 

A marble world through bars of iron tradition. 

I shall have a life of free winds blowing; 

Of tangled wild green ferns and dark vines growing. 

I shall not see a rainbow as some strange reflection 

But as an afterthought of God in pink and green perfection. 

You who fear to branch your path 

With fear of other human creature's flimsy wrath 

Fear not. Move out on unshod feet 

And focus vision down a newer, broader street. 

Forget the lips and feet and eyes 

That measure living inch by inch and paralyze 

The soul that struggles to the wall 

Around the heart to grope and fall 

And wallow helpless in the mud 

Of centuries' dust and stagnant blood. 

—SYLVIA TURNER. 



TO SUMMER 

Sun-burnt peer of Puck and drowsy laughter! 

Lazy vagabond ! 

Did you think I failed to see you 

Wading in my pond, 

Lying down beneath my maple 

In the purple shade, 

Grinning at the bobolink, 

Singing as you played 

And dipped your impudent fingers in the stream 

To make the bass a startled arrow 

In a black and silver dream 5 

Ah, idle one, but you're a subtle lover! 

Luring me away, 

Down into the tawny grasses, 

Whispering as they sway, 

Deep into the sleepy humming 

Of the yellow bees, 

Where the sunlight trembles dusk-filled 

Through the stooping trees, 

And the languid lips of poppy woo the rose. 

Up into a green-gold madness 

You have whirled my being 

Rocked my heart in a bluebell's cup, 

Laughed and sent it fleeing 

Like some giddy, tipsy moth 

Drunk with poppy wine, 

And you've pinned a rose in my hair 

And sworn that you were mine . . . 

I might have let you go your way. 
You never would have missed me. 
But now, alas! See what you've done! 
You shameless rogue, 
You've kissed me! 

And what shall I tell Autumn? 

—CYNTHIA JO SHUMACHER. 



REVENGE 

DAL ALBRITTON 

Andy sneered. "You think you're smart, don't you?" 

"No." 

"No SIR!" 

"Yes sir." 

"Shut up." 

"All right, I — " 

The boy slapped Willie sharply. "Didn't I tell you to shut 
up? I guess I'll have to teach you a lesson. Put up your fists." 

Tears were running down Willie's cheeks. He looked up at 
the bigger boy. 

"Put up your fists, I said." 

Willie's arms hung down at his sides. Andy struck out and 
knocked him sprawling in the muddy road. He made no move 
to get up. 

A few schoolboys had gathered around. One of them stepped 
up to Andy. "What's the matter, Andy?" 

"Willie here is getting too smart for his britches." 

"What did he do, huh?" 

Andy spat in Willie's direction. "He answered a question 
after I told the teacher I didn't know the answer." 

"Yeah 5 That's a dirty trick." 

The newcomer was evidently trying to gain Andy's favor. 

"Yeah, ain't it," said Andy. He walked over and kicked 
Willie. "Get up, Big Britches. I'm going to teach you that 
you ain't so damn smart, see." 

Several of the boys standing around gasped in awe at Andy. 
They hadn't learned to use "damn" yet. Even Andy said it 
awkwardly. Willie sat up in the muddy street. He pulled him- 
self to his feet. 

Andy slapped him again. "How come you don't fight 5 " 

Willie put his hand to his burning cheek. "You're too big 
for me. I didn't mean to make you mad, Andy." 

Andy put his hands on his hips. "You're a damn sissy, that's 
all. Ain't you?" 

Willie looked at the ground. 

"Ain't you?" 

"What?" 

"You're a damn coward. Say it." 

Willie shook his head blindly. "No." 

Andy slapped him again, once with each hand. "Say it." 

Willie started to sob. Andy shook him. 

"Say it." 

"I — I'm a — sissy." 

"A damn coward, too." 

"I'm a — " he sniffed, " — a damned coward." He blurted 
it out. 

"You bet you are." Andy laughed and started to pick up 
his bicycle. He reached in the bicycle basket and turned back 
to Willie. "I want you to carry my books home, Willie." He 
glanced at the boys standing around him, their faces confused 
with awe, fear, and a tinge of sympathy. "Every afternoon, 
too, see? Get that?" 

Willie nooded hopelessly. He shifted the books in his arms 
to make them more comfortable. "How long do I have to carry 
them?" 

"Till I say stop. Forever, if I don't. Got that 5 " Willie nodded. 
Andy reached out and slapped him again. "Just to make sure." 
He swung his leg over his bike and pedaled off. The boys 
moved away from Willie ashamedly. 

Willie began to walk up the muddy road staring at the 
swirling water in the ditch beside the road. The water in the 
sewage was very dirty. He looked about him. The boys were 
gone. 

He dropped the books in the mud. He selected a green 
primer and took it in his hands. The cover came off with a 
tearing sound. He tossed it into the dirty stream. It floated 
away. He threw the insides after it. One after another, he 
ripped the covers from Andy's books and tossed them into the 
muddy wcter. 

Tomorrow Andy would beat him up all over again, only 
worse, when he found out about his books. It didn't matter. 

He straightened his shoulders as he watched some of the 
covers spin and swim in the sewage. He started up the road 
and forced a smile. He chucked bravely to himself. Tough 
about Andy's books — damn tough. 

The brown water whirled the green cover around and around 
until at last it capsized and slowly sank. 




Left to Right: 
John Childers 
Barbara Byrnes 
Sarah Dwoskin 
Rawl Wood 
Theron Nunez 



Left to Right: 
(standing) 

Dal Albritton 

Elise Smith 

Cynthia Jo ShumacH 
( sitting) 

Gladys Atlas 

Lewis Hughen 

Miriam Bucholtz 

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COLIN ENGLISH 
Coordinator of Higher Education 



FLORIDA STATE 
BOARD OF CONTROL 






J. THOS. GURNEY 
Chairman 



T. W. BRYANT 



N. B. JORDAN 






J. H. MARKHAM 



HOLLIS RHINEHART 



W. F. POWERS 
Secretary 




Newly elected Governor Fuller War- 
ren is greeted by President Doak S. 
Campbell during a tour made by the 
Governor of Florida State University 
campus. Leon County legislators in- 
cluded in the party are pictured, 
left to right, Senator Leroy Collins, 
Representatives Wilson Carraway 
and John Ward Henderson. 





Retiring Governor Millard F. Caldwell extends best 
wishes to Governor Fuller Warren for a successful term 
of governorship. 



FEATURES 





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CHARLIE 
MACMILLAN 



. . . big fellow with a heart 
to match . . . friend indeed. 




VIRGINIA 
SWICORD 




. . . serious . . . gets things 
done quietly . . . bubbles 
over with friendliness. 




MARY ANN 
BERRY 



. . . understanding and sym- 
pathetic . . . laughing eyes 
. . . seldom ruffled. 




RUFUS 
JEFFERSON 




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. . . one out of many ... a 
real guy with a cause. 




ARTHUR 
CONNELLY 



. . . lost in thought- . . . found 
in activity * . . zip . . . zip 
. . . zip. 




PAULINE 
TUTTLE 







. . . tennis court . . . judicial 
court ... all round friend 
and leader. 








MARGIE 
MALLARD 



. . . throttled flit . . . effi- 
cient organizer . . . makes 
people want to follow. 




GEORGE 
DICKIE 









hard 



buddy 



sincere 



working 



kind of guy 



who thinks everybody de- 
serves a chance. 




CATHERINE 
GALLAGHER 




... all out for her class from 
beginning to end . . . effi- 
cient ... a good gal is 
Gallagher. 



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LEMOYNE 
CASH 











. . . soft spoken . . . consci- 
entious . . . the jester with 
a lifted eyebrow. 




PAUL 
McLE/VRN 



. . . the skit boy . . . organ- 
izer ... an eye for the girls 
. . . Varga or otherwise. 




ART 
SKEVAKIS 




there's art, in her future 




JANE CAROL 
LEVY 



. . . if there's a pie. she has 
a finger in it . . . dry wit . . . 
loved by all. 




FRED DRAKE 






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. . . stops, thinks, acts . 
good head for enterprise . 
charming. 







. . . steady head . . . helping 
hand . . . need a smile? . . . 
he's got it. 



JOE 

ALMYDA 




ANN 
CARTER 




. . . poised . . . neatly tail- 
ored ... penetrating eyes 
. . . pleasant conversation. 







BILL MEIGS 




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. . . versatile, to put it mildly 
. . . horned rims . . . good 
taste . . . suave. 




PAT 
DILLARD 




. . . exotic . . . direct . . . 
slow smile . . . quick mind. 



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SAM BOGGS 







. . . smart business man 
has the "know how" . 




nice 



to k 



now. 



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ESTHER 
RASSMUSSEN 










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. brains . . . good looks 
what more can you ask? 




LAUM 
SIMPSON 



. . . effervescent personality 
. . . many talents . . . the 
joker . . . always steals the 
show. . . . 




DAVID 
WILCOX 







. . . where's there's Dave, 
there's music . . . most likely 
to be liked . . . fine. 



Inter Fraternity Council 




Left to right: 

Bill Albright, Carl Thompson, Neal Sandy, Dal Albritton, Bob Lee Banner- 
man, Carlton Gray, Chad Drake and James Aiken. 



Panhellenic 




Left to right: 

FIRST ROW: Rosanne Hartwell, Jean Furman, Kitty Spurgeon, Ruth Wilkie, 
Norma Jean Kearney. 

SECOND ROW: Claire Howell, Helen Jungmeyer, Helen Spach, Rachel 
McGinnis, Ann Hatfield, Barbara Boyden, Betty Claire Roberts, Betty 
Claire Roberts, Betty Dot Galbraith. 

THIRD ROW: Elisabeth Alexander, Mildred Zalka, Mary Ann McGinley, 
Margaret Cromer, Janet McGee, Anne Leach, Lucy Stapleton, Peggy 
Hodgson, Nancy Prior. 

FOURTH ROW: Betty W. Armstrong, Carlo Deitz, Marilyn Watt, Dorothy 
Hay, Verna Rogers, Frances Wesson, Patricia Lowry. 



Alpha Chi 








Gloria Albritton, Jean Andrews, Catherine Nell Austin, Elizabeth Worth Armstrong, Virginia 
Bennett, Dorothy Benz, Jeannine Butler, Betty Lou Colder, Sara Lou Chambers, Joyce Coleman, 
Betty Cook, Carla Deitz, Barbara Foster, Edith Foster, Betty Lou Hardin, Jean Henderson, 
Virginia Howell, Dolly Leite, Gerry Lynn, Valda Mock, Carolyn Moore, Mary Mowiser, Sally 
Norton, Patsy Pingston, Mary Rosenbush, Mary Jean Saunders, Dot Schoonmaker, Mary Lou 
Smith, Elise Smith, Betty Sweet, Catherine Torrance, Nan Vaughn, Janis Wells, Betty Wills, 
Betty Braymer, Jeanne Cassens, Frances Ann Dillard, Mary Louise Garrett, Helen Susan Grim, 
Lou Harrison, Helen Hatfield, Patricia Marie Kirby, Lynette Leynes, Rose Mary Ogram, Betty 
May Pichard, Sally Ann Procter, Nancy Warren Smith, Charlotte Ann Tatum, Patricia Ann 
Weigand. 



Bela Eta Chapter 




OFFICERS: 

CARLA DEITZ President 

BETTY SWEET First Vice President 

VALDA MOCK — Second Vice President 

MARY LOUISE SMITH Corresponding Secretary 

CATHERINE AUSTIN . Treasurer 

VIRGINIA BENNETT Recording Secretary 

MRS. LEILA D. AULLS House Mother 

Beta Liu Chapter Installed in 1929 




After the successful fall quarter and especially the 
Homecoming weekend with a float, decorations, 
skit, and the usual good time, the Alpha Chis re- 
newed their annual event of the year by having 
their traditional Carnation Ball. True campus hos- 
pitality came when the Lambda Chis were offered 
their house for rushing — pledge weekend at camp 
proved most entertaining — and the fraternity 
"Hour Dances" were even more entertaining — 
Sunday suppers were fun and filling — but most of 
all, the girls were able to show the first plans of 
their new chapter house to be. 





Alpha Delta Pi 



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Anne Bache, Barbara Council, Ann Everitt, Suzanne Kunkle, Lois Harris, Sarah Routon, Sarah Henderson, Flo Lyles, Patricia Low- 
ery, Ann Stinson, Carrie Kate Boynton, Charlotte Palmer, Mallie Hall, Alice Perkins, Harriet Sturgis, Joan Smith, Dorothy Snively, 
Frances Wesson, Mary Jane Powell, Margaret Toole, Dale Simon, Rita Simon, Mary Matilda Bowler, Idella Parker, Patricia Rose, 
Isabel Steagall, Martha Rentz, Constance Grimm, Marian Brown, Christine Randall, Elaine Adams, Terrell Barr, Natalie Becker, 
Eunice Brandt, Joyce Dance, Suzanne Eger, Jeanne Flynn, Mildred Hall, Jean Hamlin, Avery Lembeck, Joan Lovett, Peggy Mc- 
Clamma, Kathryn McFarlin, Newell Martin, Catherine Sanders, Sarah Simmons, Jan Stayer, Elise Thomas, Floride Wilkinson, Pa- 
tricia Wilkins, Emily Rutherford. 



Iota Chapter 




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OFFICERS: 

FRANCES WESSON President 

SARAH ROUTON Vice Presidenl 

MARGARET TOOLE Recording Secretary 

BARBARA COUNCIL Corresponding Secretary 

ANN STINSON Treasurer 

lota Chapter Installed in 1909 

MRS. S. E. BARRET House Mother 



Off to another year with pledging and the banquet 
that followed. . . . Mother Barrett's Halloween party 
was enjoyed along with the weekly celebration after 
a football game. . . . Santa didn't forget the A D 
Pi's so the annual Christmas party was a success. 
. . . But even more successful was the "49er's" 
Dance. . . . lota Chapter celebrated its 40th birth- 
day with a Founder's Day Reception for faculty and 
friends. . . . Friendships grew and friends departed, 
but memories went with all. 




Alpha Gamma Delta 







MEMBERS: Mary Pat Warner, Jesse Sprott, Violet Walters, Betty Dot Galbraith, Margaret Swanson, Jane Shirley, Martha Brokaw, 
Martha Burdine, Betty Claire Roberts, Mildred Winfield, Nina Shjman, Betsey Abbott, Wilda Larson, Cornelia McCreary, Sarah 
Hart, Margaret Phipps, Jackie Hinton, Rita Sprankle, Mary Land, Jo Ann Shirley, Beverly Shannon, Barbara Ellery, Helen Johan- 
son, Olive Jane Whitehead, Marianne Bassett, Margaret Brokaw, Barbara Hutt, Marjorie Hiatt, Barbara Mathis, Judy Owens, Bar- 
bara Rushing, Betty Rushing, Bobbie Moorhead, Edie Ann Bate, Patsy Plockelman, Sue Wheeler, Elise Reese, Patty Evans, Audrey 
Henry, Barbara Cochran, Barbara Denmark, Betty Jane Mathews, Betty Jane Larson, Katrine Austin, Julia Ann Pike, Barbara 
Saunders, Sally Peacock, Shirley Black, Jean Hattaway, Pat Cole, Mary Stewart Wilson, Jo Ann Ebert, Jean Ghiotto. 



Gamma Beta Chapter 



OFFICERS: 




BETTY DOT GALBRAITH ___ President 

JANE SHIRLEY ..... First Vice President 

MARGARET SWANSON Second Vice President 



RITA SPRANKLE .... Recording Secretary 

JACKIE HINTON Treasurer 

MRS. ROSABELLE GILLILAND House Mother 



Gamma Beta Chapter Installed in 1925 



The whirl of another year is now complete, but not without the intermittent 



pleasures. What would the year be without the Colonial ball 
Christmas party, transformed to a house shower this year 
coffees . . . and crowded weekends. Then there were 
the bright new ideas . . . pledges entertaining 
the frat pledges . . . International Re- 
union Day in Miami in April . . . 
and Sunday suppers 
this the Alpha 
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Alpha Omicron Pi 







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MEMBERS: Betty Jane Allen, Phyllis Allsopp, Frances Antinori, Lydia Boyce, Edith Brown, Donna Carlin, Barbara Cathy, Marilyn 
Crosby, Sybil Geer, Martha Granger, Patricia Griffin, Ann Henson, Nancy Hill, Betty Huntley, Edith Johnson, Norma Jean Kear- 
ney, Ann McKenzie, Louise McKinley, Evelyn McRoyan, Betty Jo Miller, Peggy Mock, Ann Moody, Juanita Moore, Catherine Nott, 
Margaret Ratcliff, Zula Ratcliff, Suanne Richardson, Martha Robinson, Josephine Sapp,Sara Shumway, Jean Sistrunk, Jean Smith, 
Virginia Spencer, Mary Ellen Tavel, Jane Timmerman, Martha Whitaker, Joanne Wilson, Myra Luce, Shirley Daboll. 



OFFICERS: 

EVELYN McROYAN President 

MARTHA WHITAKER Vice President 

MARGARET RATCLIFF Treasurer 

EDITH JOHNSON Recording Secretary 

PHYLLIS ALLSOPP Corresponding Secretary 

Reinstalled in F. S. U. in 1948 




Reactivation of A O Pi on campus was set off to a roaring start 
with the grand cooperation of the other Greeks. . . . Homecoming 
found them entertaining on the Landis Green in their prefabri- 
cated tepee that solved their problems. . . . Breakfast. . . . Open 
House. . . . Alumnae coffee and Founder's Day activities. . . . 
February Initiation and the prospects of a new house in the fall 
added to the enthusiasm of the first year and its activities and 
boosted moral on high. . . . 





Alpha Xi Delta 







MEMBERS: Kathleen Barker, Betsy Blanton, Hazel Campbell, Barbara Curry, Emily Dawkins, June Day, Joy DeRolpli, Mary Ed- 
dins, Pat Fitzgerald, Helen Edmiston, Ann Harfield, Betty Ann Hawkins, Dorothy Hay, Virginia Hughes, Marilyn Hunter, Barbara 
Higginbottom, Helen Jones, Mary Kelley, Bobby Love, Betty Lovett, Lurline Medlin, Shirley Meyer, Maude Mims, Mildred Nichols, 
Mary Pettit, Martha Powell, Ramona Powers, Charlotte Ricker, Evelyn Roberts, Verna Rogers, Elaine Sellas, Christine Parker, Bev- 
erly Staples, Katherine Stidham, Lee Vedder, Frances Wells, Marilyn Atkinson, Karolyn Bardin, Donna Blackletter, Alcyone Collier, 
Jean Cowan, Martha Crenshaw, Anne Deal, Elizabeth Eckles, Julia Fahle, Marilyn Greene, Joan Gross, Claire Haynes, Helen Hobbs, 
Jean Landrum, Betty Lou Neetle, Joyce Parrott, Barbara Jean Ross, Helen Scanlon, Ann Scudder, Mary Virginia Stout, Nancy 
Tribble, Barbara Brennan, Mary Lou Medlin. 



Alpha Omega Chapter 




OFFICERS: 

VERNA ROGERS President 

BEVERLY STAPLES Vice President 

MAUDE MIMS Corresponding Secretary 

KATHY BARKER Recording Secretary 

MARY KELLEY ...Treasurer 

MRS. RUTH HILL.... House Mother 

Alpha Omega Chapter Installed in 1929 



Ghosts, goblins, and gaiety prevailed at the spooky Halloween party, but 
mostly enthusiasm. . . . Fine decorations, gala parties, and a house full of 
people gave Homecoming weekend that extra something. . . . The pledges' 
big Thanksgiving party for the actives could only be topped by the merry 
Christmas party for the pledges. . . . There was the traditional Founders Day 
Breakfast. . . . The Sweetheart dance in February. All these and other 
social activities made up a year of fun, companionship, and gay memories. 
... If you don't believe it ask any of the chapter and they will gladly "clue 
you." 




Chi Omega 




MEMBERS: Alice Wooten, Jane Wooten, Harriet Forehand, Dorothy Ann Holland, Barbara Cook, Priscella Patterson, Marion 
Elise Davis, Caroline Whitney, Ann Oliver, Artemis Skwakis, Betty Wells Nelson, Nancy Ann Powell, Marthanne Black, Betty Jo 
Drake, Margaret Gwynn, Betty Morrison, Margaret Foot, Mildred Mook, Lillian Mook, Alice Steed, Jean Scott, Jane Martin, Betty 
Myrick, Sarah Taylor, Jean Bennett, Oralize Knight, Leila Lane, Patricia Jones, Mae Gwynn, Anna Lee Overbay, Luanna Harkness, 
Betty Patterson, Elizabeth Alexander, Mary Margaret Davis, Margaret Flynn, Jane Tillman, Shirley McKay, Fay Patterson, Mary 
Nancy Sammon, Sylvia Strande, Suzanne Thomas, Ann Allen, Grace Register, Susan Miller, Betty Williams, Lucy Williams, Bar- 
bara Home, Virginia Haws, Ann Bryan, Lillian Davis, Joyce Wetherell, Catherine Banks, Jean Kilbert, Virginia Turner, Joanne 
Gilbert, Nell Huddleston, Marianne Gillan. 



Gamma Chapter 





OFFICERS: 

ELISABETH ALEXANDER President 

MARGARET FLYNN Vice President 

MAE GWYNN Secretary 

MARGARET FOOT Treasurer 

MRS. E. L. MACK House Mother 

Gamma Chapter Installed in 1908 



A brand new housemother welcomed the Chi Omegas back 
to school in September, and rush week heralded the opening 
of the fall quarter. "Party, Party" was the keynote for these 
gregarious lasses at 661 W. Jefferson with Sunday night cof- 
fees, hamburger fries in the side yard, and coke parties in the 
smoker rounding out a full social program. A hayride with a 
full moon, song sprees with Foote at the piano, conferences 
with the "mogul," and after hour serenades are all mem- 
ories of '49 that linger in the hearts of the girls who wear 
the cardinal and straw. 







Delta Delta Delta 




MEMBERS: Sally Caldwell, Dee Dee Phillips, Jo Ann Rackley, Susan Caldwell, Jean Furman, Ann Teague, Winifred McEachern, 
Janet Millar, Elsie Mae McCoy, Caroline Shiver, Mary Graham Ford, Gay Cubbedge, Marianne Quigg, Marian Munroe, Cynthia 
Merrin, Mary Kate Scotten, Nancy Keener, Lessie Busbee, Joyce Gregory, Woodie Betts, Dottie Whitfield, Jeannie Jo Brown, 
Jane Reese, Sue Pettit, Billie Jean Campbell, Claire Moffat Howell, Margie Hartman, Nancy Ann Varn, Mary Ann Whelchel, 
Cleona Robnett, Ann Graves, Yvonne Head, Ann Brodie, Mary Lee Young, Betty Brendemore, Barbara Jean Dunn, Louise Merrell, 
Tinkie Duggan, Diane Van Deusan, Patti Michaels, Catherine Robinson, Nancy Cam, Sissy McLeod, Eleanor Graves, Aleen Hen- 
dry, Harriet Paul, Mary Margaret Chafer, Kitty Brittain, Betty Marie Davis, Naudain Ives, Alice Davidson, Nina Jones, Sidney 
Allen, Jean Peters, Joan Merrin. 



Alpha Eta Chapter 




OFFICERS: 

J EAN FURMAN President 

ELSIE McCOY Vice President 

JOE ANN RACKLEY ... Corresponding Secretary 

JANET MILLAR Treasurer 

MRS. W. W. CRUME House Mother 

Alpha Eta Chapter Installed in 1916 



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The Tri Delt moon beamed on scores of pleasant weekends that filled the 
past year. . . . Foremost of which was Homecoming, packed full of honors 
for the best decorated house and the regal Campus Queen, Claire Howell, 
who reigned over the dance. . . . The old really enjoyable events like the 
pledge and initiation banquets, Founders Day Breakfast, the weekly chapter 
sings make tradition a pleasure, especially when the climax is the "Heaven 
and Hell" dance that was such a success in April. 






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Delta Phi Epsilon 




MEMBERS: Gladys Atlas, Miriam Bucholtz, Esther Barash, Lillian Friedman, Zeida Haplan, Naomi Machtei, Idlene Portnoy, Isa- 
bel Pugatsky, Marilyn Rosner, Betty Soger, Ann Schwartz, Rosalie Sherman, Arlene Solomon, Mildred Zalke, Carol Adler, Helen 
Bell, Irene Berkman, Mildred Edwards, Marilyn Fleet, Diana Jaffe, Shelia Ludwig, Pauline Marks, Jocelyn Singer, Alberta Sunshine. 



Iota Chapter 




OFFICERS: 

MILDRED ZALKA President 

ZELDA KAPLAN Vice President 

ARLENE SOLOMON -_ Treasurer 

BETTY SAGER Corresponding Secretary 

MIRIAM BUCHOLTZ. .. Recording Secretary 

MRS. W. E. MURR House Mother 

lota Chapter Installed in 1925 




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The year's biggest event was the D Phi E weekend when 
men hailed from all around to share the fun and dancing. 
. . . The girls' talents were perhaps the most interesting 
as all seemed to enjoy the entertainment and parties. 
. . . Founders Day Banquet was one of the many tradi- 
tions observed. . . . Panhellenic weekend in the Spring 
proved to be crammed with more pleasure. . . . These, 
mingled with the lasting friendships, create the atmos- 
phere of pleasant living and make the house homey and 
welcome to those who visit. 





Delta Zeta 




MEMBERS: Camilla Bartley, Jimmie Bevis, Jeannelle Brown, Alice Datson, Nancy Day, Marjorie Farr, Doris Giddens, Nancy Jo 
Gonzalez, Betty Jean Hudnall, Mildred Johnson, Margaret Neal Jones, Martha Vail McDonald, Margaret McGoogan, Jane McLeod, 
Barbara Nolen, Betty Pace, Mary Frances Peters, Elizabeth Pickett, Elizabeth Read, Beverly Rentz, Bettye Jean Sanders, Kathrine 
Spurgeon, Lois Stevenson, Mary Frances Strickland, Helen Wilson, Louise Wilson, Ruth Wilkie, Leola Beland, Sara Jo Costin, Mel- 
anie Hanzo, Nina Bates, Julianne Clark, Peggy Degnan, Eleanore Folsom, June Hinson, Mary Beth Henkle, Peggy Jester, Mary 
La Grone, Jeanne Oetjen, Janice Rouse, Lillie Bess Stevenson, Mary Nell Schoettle, Frances Jane Sauls, Betty Turner, Annette 
Kolhmeier, Irene Leslie, Virginia Starling. 



Alpha Sigma Chapter 




OFFICERS 

KATHRINE SPURGEON President 

BETTYE JEAN SANDERS Vice President 

LOIS STERVENSON___. Recording Secretary 

ELIZABETH PICKETT Corresponding Secretary 

ELIZABETH READ Treasurer 

MRS. C. W. DINWIDDIE House Mother 



Alpha Sigma Chapter Installed in 1924 



Routine never graces the Delta Zeta house nor ever 
will if years like this prevail. ... A very successful 
Rose Dance. . . . The frat parties and "After the 
Game" get-togethers. . . . Panhellenic Dance more 
fun than usual along with I F C this season. . . . 
Banquets and breakfasts in honor of the founders 
and initiates. . . . Such activities managed to keep 
the chapter well occupied and satisfied. 






Kappa Alpha Theta 




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MEMBERS: Juanell Bailey, Betty Ann Brown, Kay Harrison, Mary Jane Holton, Phyllis Hooker, Martha Lainhart, Anne Leach, 
Jane Shropshire, Joyce Stroberg, Dorothy Trask, Pauline Tuttle, Constance Adams, Jane Bennett, Barbara Boyden, Marie Chilling- 
worth, Barbara Fosgate, Ann Lee, Janet Little, Barbara O'Brian, Barbara Rimer, Patricia Selway, Jane Taprell, Ann Wood, Alvina 
Birchard, Marion Bishop, Jeanne Bosanquet, Joy Cobb, Julia Fowler, Nancy Jackson, Harriet Jones, Ann Lee, Mary Lu Lissenden, 
Virginia Locke, Nancy Monroe, Nancy Prior, Merle Suggs, Joan Trupp, Felicia Wells, Jo Ann Scott, Nancy Bennett, Carolyn Crowley, 
June Fouts, Betty Ruth Geiger, Suzanne Gibson, Jacqueline Harrington, Evalyn Harrison, Jean Houser, Barbara Luff, Sylvia Ann 
Mooney, Barbara Pettit, Jean Swett, Dorothy Ann Taprell, Phyllis Trask, Joanne Vaughn, Martha Ann Weaver, Charlotta Weber. 



Beta Nu Chapter 



OFFICERS: 

ANNE LEACH . President 

POLLY TUTTLE .. Vice President 

PHYLLIS HOOKER Treasurer 

BETTS BROWN ... Corresponding Secretary 

JOYCE STROBERG ...Recording Secretary 

MRS. J. H. MORGAN House Mother 

Beta Nu Chapter Installed in 1924 







What a year . . . Theta's most unusual . . . Fall rush 
week in the alum . . . The rest of the quarter devoted 
to the building of the new house . . . Four pretty sponsors 
were gladly donated for football games and Polly was 
acclaimed WGA president . . . Life at the new house 
began Winter quarter and so did a continuous social 
whirl ... A Valentine Dance ... A weekend at camp 
and the Panhellenic Formal were just a few events . . . 
The eleven seniors will truly be missed, but all look 
eagerly toward next year. 





Kappa Delta 




MEMBERS: Anne Benedict, Rosanne Hartwell, Dorothy Martin, Em Turner Nickinson, Ruth Ellen Olsen, Emmala Pate, Mary 
Nell Thromer, Frances White, Renee Settle, Nancy Lee Streater, Barbara Henderson, Elizabeth Ann Barnes, Shirley Bell, Sally Claire 
Henley, Cinda Kent, Rachel Mclnnis, Sugene Thomas, Erin Wilcox, Maida Badcock, Shirley Sue Ellis, Faye Fulghum, Betty Ann 
Holland, Elizabeth, Hudson, Ann Kutrow, Glenna Shaw, Lillian Wade, Mary Frank Johnson, Betty Jo Murdaugh, Jean Taylor, Joanne 
Owsley, Larrie Plant, Eva Johnson, Dolly Ellery, Andrena Anderson, Peggy Anderson, Eunice Garner, Barbara Bayley, Barbara Bush, 
Betty Clark, Eleanor Cooper, Barbara Galeman, Ann Guilford, Ann Hawkins, Jo Anne Lassiter, Lillian Martin, Marcia Louise Oliver, 
Mary Jim Pickand, Nancy Bettie, Jean Strickland, Jane Strickland, Margaretta Tolton, Mary Ann Clark, Joanne Scaggs. 



Kappa Alpha Chapter 



OFFICERS: 

ROSANNE HARTWELI President 

ER I N Wl LCOX Vice President 

RENE SETTLE Treasurer 

5HIRLEY BELI Corresponding Secretary 

MARY NELL THROWER ....Recording Secretary 
MRS. E. C. SLEDGE House Mother 




Kappa Alpha Chapter Installed in 1904 






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The Kappa Deltas thrilled to welcome their wonderful new housemother, 
Mrs. Sledge . . . Besides all the cheer from the inside, the house on 
Copeland had a new "facial" on the outside last summer . . . Home- 
coming activities . . . The K D's weekend full of hayriding and dancing 
. . . The wearers of the pin were greatly increased along in February . . . 
From election returns the chapter held claim to three of the most qual- 
ified officers . . . Visits from National officers contributed to the year's 
pleasures and the fortunate ones look forward to the National Conven- 
tion in Duluth this summer. 





Phi Mu 




MEMBERS: Ruth Ann Adams, Ann Barton, Mary Ann Berry, Marjorie Jane Chandley, Julia Chillingworth, Gladys Clark, Hazel 
Clarckson, Alicia Crestwell, Margaret Lee Cromer, Pat Dart, Barbara Harris, Frances Harris, Marion Irvin, Vance Jelks, Doris John- 
son, Janet McGee, Marilyn Mooney, Jane Nightengale, Katherine Norman, Jimmie Owens, Marianne Permenter, Muriel Scott, 
Ann Seward, Laura Simpson, Helen Floy Stabler, Nell Thorp, Jan Wallis, Leland White, Barbara Zipf, Gloria Holmes, Natelle Isley, 
Peggy Mordt, Catherine Yonge, Barbara Bendinger, Jane Burfoot, Jennie Chillingworth, Betty Hart, Ann Hasty, Martha Jeter, Bar- 
bara Jean Lockhart, Sue Mundee, Billie Nelson, Pat Roehling, Mary Ann Schock, Sally Shearouse, Alice Thompson, Marie Under- 
wood. 



Alpha Epsilon Chapter 





OFFICERS: 

JANET McGEE President 

ANN BARTON Vice President 

MARJORIE CHANDLEY Secretary 

MURIEL SCOTT Treasurer 

ANN SEWARD Pledge Trainer 

MRS. WEBB House Mother 

Alpha Epsilon Chapter Installed in 1929 



After rushing came the annual Halloween party, 
featuring witches, pumpkins, and apple bobbing. 
. . . Noisy open-houses after football games. . . . 
The weekly games on the radio that ran most away 
from the house. . . . The homecoming gala affairs 
and their decorations complete with giant Semi- 
noles. . . . Christmas arrived with the annual party 
for the pledges. . . . There were other highspots too. 
. . . Bessie Marie's famous poems that kept us quiet 
for hours. . . . The trip to camp with all of its funny 
stories. . . . And, finally, the big weekend in May 
which was a pink and white climax to a year of fun. 




Pi Beta Phi 




MEMBERS: Mary Jane Angel, Anne Bannerman, Margaret Ann Blocker, Sallie Blocker, Betty Jo Brock, Martha Brown, Gloria 
Burnham, Anne Carter, Nelle Carter, Polly Chazal, Jo Ann Cloud, Virginia Curtis, Joan Daye, Patricia Dillard, Ann Eidson, Mary 
Finley, Peggy Gatewood, Jimmie Gray, Mary Kay Gum, Marie Hocker, Patricia Holden, Jean Klay, Becky Koons, Martha Ann 
Maguire, Mary Ann McGinley, Esther McLeod, Barbara Jean Morgan, Natalie Parramore, Esther Rasmussen, Jean Sayer, Sally 
Simkins, Susan Sossamon, Margaret Strum, Jackie Tate, Mary Jane Taylor, Dorothy Van Eopoel, Joanne Zewadski, Phyllis Bach, 
Helen Coith, Ann Dillard, Ann Evans, Donna Evans, Evalyn Gray, Jean Jarrett, Nell Troy Kincaid, Jean Livingston, Arden Moore, 
Shirley Moreland, Betty Lou Morris, Jett Monroe, Charlotte Oldham, Constance Purvis, Lucille Rogers, Doris Jean Smith, Jerry 
Struthers, Jean Wade. 



Florida Beta Chapter 





OFFICERS: 

ANNE CARTER ...President 

ESTHER RASMUSSEN ...Vice President 

MARGARET STRUM.... .Recording Secretary 

PEGGY GATEWOOD.— . Corresponding Secretary 

NATALIE PARRAMORE Treasurer 

PAT DILLARD Pledge Trainer 

MRS. FRANCES H. FOGG .... ... House Mother 

Florida Beta Installed in 1921 



The arrows hit the mark this year. . . . Besides gaining many 
fine pledges they "captured many campus offices and honors. 
. . . Weekends are always full at the Pi Phi house and espe- 
cially so was Homecoming and the annual Pi Phi-Chi Omega 
formal at the Country Club. . . . The chapter was proud and 
pleased with Pat, Esther, and Anne, their three Mortar Board 
girls. . . . Also Phi Beta Kappa Esther. . . . The usual traditions 
were observed and the group looks back over the year with 
pleasure, knowing that it will be long time before they "for- 
get it." 




Sigma Kappa 




MEMBERS: Beverly Alexander, Virginia Bert, Barbara Boling, Mary Virginia Burry, Nelle Bussey, June Cameron, Jacqueline Cox, 
Theresa Edwards, Bruce Flanders, Dorothy Fouts, Julia Haywood, Helen Jungmeyer, Alix Kerr, Marjorie King, Sara Lambert, Martha 
Magruder, Gloria Mayo, Martha Ann Moore, Roberta McAtee, Roberta McBride, Jo Ann McClanahan, Betty Sue McPhaul, Priscilla 
Pennington, Merry Reeves, Margaret Rigg, Mary Lee Sauls, Barbara Southard, Helen Spach, Doris Stewart, Jeanne Sutton, Jo Thorpe, 
Tina Wash, Carolyn Williams, Glen Wilson, Mary Adams, Virginia Gillette, Joyce Hinson, Jean Alderman, Mollie Austin, Barbara 
Bell, Mary Penelope Bishop, Jane Blue, Joyce Browne, Pat Domnick, Yvonne Fitzgerald, Wandalee Hamilton, Mary Ann Nicholson, 
Marilyn Oxtoby, Catherine Register, Lulu Singletary, Nancy Spach, Jo Ann Tudeen, Peggy Walsmith, Bobbe Wheeler, Dannye Ann 
Massey. 



Alpha Sigma Chapter 





OFFICERS: 

HELEN JUNGMEYER ..... President 

JACQUELINE COX Vice President 

MARJORIE KING 2nd Vice President 

JUNE CAMERON Recording Secretary 

BARBARA SOUTHARD Corresponding Secretary 

JOSEPHINE THORPE ... Treasurer 

MRS. JENNIE COSPER House Mother 



Omega Chapter Installed in 1920 



Rushing and its consequences ... all of the wonderful new 
pledges who were promptly feted at a banquet. . . . Then the 
"season" began with parties, studies, and more parties. . . . 
Homecoming inspired a skit for the "Pow Wow", a float in 
the parade and a charming sponsor for the football game. 
. . . Initiation in the winter was followed by the Valentine 
dance. . . . Though the lawn was dampened, spirits weren't. 
. . . Informal living and a friendly atmosphere always grace 
the Sigma Kappa House. . . . What better combination could 
you find? 




Zeta Tau Alpha 



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Marilyn Archbold, Lois Boulware, Patricia Burghard, Ethel Clann, Sue Clark, Carol Coughlan, Betty Collins, Betty Duncan, 
Artye Futrelle, Sarah Ruth Gibson, Duffie Groover, Peggy Hodgson, Sharon Hopkins, Esther Jenson, Betty Latimer, Martha 
McGahee, Mary Edna Mahoney, Margie Middleton, Mary Catheryn Miller, Pat Murphy, Barbara Neel, Ann Parrish, Vir- 
ginia Parkhill, Betty Rawls, Gloria Reeves, Ida Santos, Lucy Stapleton, Betty Timmons, Martha Walker, Mary Atkinson, Bev- 
erly Bigelow, Hazel Burnette, Anona Collins, Betty Connell, Joan Day, Betty Gardner, Vera Jarvis, Ann Johnson, Sue Mayo, 
Hazeline Miller, Marvilene McCall, Norma Mcintosh, Norma Niven, Doris Oliver, Alice Jean Phillips, Nancy Sterling, Jackie 
Talley, Jo Ann Taylor, Patricia Torraco, Jo Wade. 



Beta Gamma Chapter 





OFFICERS: 

LUCY STAPLETON President 

ARTYE FUTRELLE -Vice President 

CAROL COGHLAN Secretary 

MARGIE MIDDLETON ... . Treasurer 

DUFFIE GROOVER Historian 

MRS. WINIFRED N. DODGE House Mother 

Beta Gamma Chapter Installed in 192-4 




"Gee, I 'm glad I'm a Zeta" resounds down College Avenue 
as the ZTA's end another gala party . . . The FSU women's 
intramural cup gleams brightly on the mantel . . . Clouds of 
angel's hair and foil stars swing over the waltzing couples at 
the annual Starlight Ball . . . Little Beaver reigns over the 
house during Homecoming weekend . . . Weekly song fests 
. . . surprise parties by Mother Dodge . . . Another wonderful 
year for the wearers of the crown and shield. 





Alpha Tau 





OFFICERS: 

JEFF DAVIS President 

JIM AIKEN Vice President 

MARTIN PALMER Secretary 

J. T. CARY Treasurer 

JIM AIKEN IFC Representative 

FRED HOLSCHUH _ Advisor 



MEMBERS: Jeff Davis, Jim Aiken, Martin Palmer, J. T. Cary 
Peyton Richter, Brantley Helveston, Ernest Daffin, Richard 
Mead, Ed Lintz, Lawrence Evans, Bob Martin, Jerome Paine, 
T. M. Himes, Bishop Clark, Mel Magidson, Lee Wieder, Bill 
Meigs. 

PLEDGES: Jettie Green, Jim Kirkland, Don Sirmon, Tom 
Looney, John Witt, Harold Conrad, Joe Marcus, George Taff, 
Al Tharpe, Jack Boynton, Don Williams, Max Parsons, Gene 
Fitchner, Les Donahue, Charlie Fannin, Ted Scarritt, Jack Nug- 
gent, Hubert Van Landingham. 




The Alpha Theta Phi Colony of Alpha Tau Omega made rapid strides towards 
becoming a national fraternity this year. 

Early this year the colony house was visited by Province Chief Henry Palmer 
and representatives from nearby colleges. In November rush week ended with 
1 3 new men pledged to Alpha Theta Phi. This fraternity prides itself on both 
the scholastic and sports record it made last year. Winning the scholastic 
trophy for winter and spring quarters in 1948, the boys also held down the 
second place in the intramurals last year. 

Cherished among the many memories of fraternal life at the Alpha Theta Phi 
house are the parties at Talquin lnn v Joe's Spaghetti House and the banquet 
at the Silver Slipper which ended a solid weekend of entertainment. 




Alpha Theta Pi Colony 




1st Row: Wieder, Mead, Aiken, Cary, Meigs, Daffin, Palmer, 

Payne, Kirkland. 
2nd Row: Parsons, Nugent, Boynton, Fannin, Witt, Davis, 

Helvenston, Clark, Green, Taff. 
3rd Row: Williams, Scarritt, Lentz, Symon, Van Landingham, 

Conrad, Evans, Magidson, Marcus, Donohue. 



Kappa Alpha 



MEMBERS: Ernie Redick, Bill Quigley, Dub Martin, Les Lavender, Donald Grant, Ed Dilsaver, 
Jim Costello, Bill Colbert, Ralph Chaudron, Dal Albritton, Dick Bliss, Al Swann, Paul McLeran, 
Costus Proctor. 

PLEDGES: Tom Dug Williams, Johnny Williams, Burkett Howard, Dub Hill, Dudley Crabb, 

Bill Hopkins, Gil Jones, Gil Aldridge, Gene Durden, Gene Murchison, Caroll Schlader, /immy 

Ball, Red Parrish, Robert Peacock, Lonnie Burt, Mack Mangham, Charley Fellows, Joe Crona, 
Howard Welchel, Bob Webb, E. J. Quigley, George Goode. 




The Kuklos Adelphon colony of Kappa 
Alpha Order started its year off by erect- 
ing tall white columns in front of its 
"mansion" on West Campus. 

The colony, whose ideals are inspired by 
General Robert E. Lee, has taken an 
active part in social and athletic func- 
tiontions on campus. Rush parties in the 
fall, followed by barbecues at Horseshoe 
Plantation and weekends at the coast are 
but a few of the many activities that the 
boys took part in this year. The highest 
spot in social circles came, probably, with 
the KA Rebellion Ball. 

The K.A. brothers will long remember the 
chicken dinners, the picnics around a fire 
with a portable radio giving the news of 
FSU's out-of-town football games, the 
homecoming float, the late evening sere- 
nades at the sorority houses and the even 
later meetings at the Talquin. 






OFFICERS: 

PAUL McLAREN.. . President 

DONALD GRANT.... Vice President 

B I LL COLB E RT Secreta ry 

ED DILSAVER Treasurer 

DAL ALLBRITTON ... IFC Representative 
JAMES WELCH Advisor 




Kuklos Adelphon Colony 




1st Row: Chaudron, Bliss, Howard, Colbert, McLeran, Grant, Dilsaver, Hopkins, Hill. 

2nd Row: E. Quigley, Albritton, Williams, Webb, Ball, Crabb, Goode, Aldridge. 

3rd Row: Mangham, Crona, W. Quigley, Fellows, Proctor, Costello, Martin, Lavender, 
Muncheson. 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




MEMBERS: Bob Lee Bannerman, Frank Cochran, Joe Collins, Warren Coloney, Fred Drake, 
Lawson Hancock, Charles Hendry, Ted Maxwell, Buddy Straus, Langdon Williams, Bill Henry, 
Turner Knight. 

PLEDGES: Bill Atkinson, Bob Browning, Dorsey Cork, Ted Davies, Bill Fain, Bob Fegers, 
Charles High, Jack Kazanzas, Don Lanigan, Clyde Morgan, Dick Pauline, Buddy Phillips, Bob 
Stewart, Jack Thomas, Bill Tanner, Dick Williams, Bob Withers, Red Hortsfield. 



Phi Alpha colony of Sigma Alpha Epsilon swung into the social 
whirl this fall with the annual formal dance. At this affair held at 
the Tallahassee Country Club, Miss Nancy Spach was chosen to 
reign as "The Sweetheart of Phi Alpha." 

Rushing new students was also at the too of the list of fall activities. 
A picnic at Lafayette park, two informal stag parties and a pre- 
football game party were staged for the entertainment of the 
rushees. New pledges were feted with a banquet a Talquin Inn. 

During the summer months, Phi Alpha's who attended summer 
school put the finishing touches on new living room at the house. 
Emphasis for this year is upon improvement of the grounds sur- 
rounding the house. 





C 1 ; r* o s • p 




OFFICERS: 

BOB LEE BANNERMAN..- ..President 

FRANK COCHRAN -Vice President 

BILL HENRY Secretary 

TED MAXWELL. Treasurer 

BOB LEE BANNERMAN. . IFC Representative 
ROD K. SHAW Advisor 




Phi A I phci Colony 




1st Row: Bannerman, Hancock, Hendry, Cochran, Drake, Coloney, Maxwell, Knight. 

2nd Row: Morgan, Pauline, Fegers, Browning, Tanner, Davies, Stewart, Drew, Melton. 

3rd Row: Phillips, Lanigan, Cork, Withers, Thomas, Fain, Atkinson, Kazanzas, High, Harts- 
field. 



Phi Delta Theta 




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MEMBERS: Robert G. Faircloth, Howard Falcon, William S. Byers, Ben McCrary, Carl Thomp- 
son, Howard S. Patton, Walter Foy, Charles McMillan, Jack Croy, R. L. Massey, Frank Massey, 
Bill' Cowden, Millard Blakey, O. H. Williamron, Charles Chowning, Robert Ralsch, Spurgeon 
Camp, George Eubanks, Bill Kratzcrt, Lee Hewett, Shad Hilamcn. 

PLEDGES: Bill Walker, Bobby Waters, Jim Burke, Arthur Cobb, Jack Nconey, Jack Turner, 
Randal Dodd, Tommy Rogers, Guy Massey, Bob Van Ostveen, Jack Jones, Charles Grooms, Tom 
McGlaughlin, Frank Klapp, Bill Armstrong, Ronald Nettles, Carl Fisher. 



After a year of colonization the Beta Phi colony of Phi Delta Theta 
looks back on some outstanding events. The first fraternity intra- 
mural league troohy is pointed to with pride by the members. Bill 
Kratzert, a Beta Phi, was the first three-letter man in the history of 
Florida State University. 

Charles McMillan, president of the student body, is the first male 
to hold this position. Spurgeon Camp is on University Senate, while 
Howard Falcon is a member of the Honor Court. 
The colony's victory in the annual Beta Phi-Phi Alpha touch foot- 
ball game resulted in a party in their honor given by the losers. 
More proof of the Beta Phi's athletic prowess are members on the 
varsity sports squads. Bill Kratzert, Tommy McGlaughlin, Shad 
Hilaman and Ronald Nettles are on the basketball team. Walter 
Foy was Seminole quarter back. 




OFFICERS: 

ROBERT G. FAIRCLOTH President 
HOWARD FALCON Vice President 
BEN McCRARY . Secretary 
WILLIAM S. BYERS Treasurer 
CARL THOMPSON — IFC Representative 
WILLIAM RANDALI Advisor 



lieta Phi Colony 




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1st Row: Thompson, Williamson, Byers, Faircloth, Cowden, Hewett, Falcon, McCrary, Croy. 
2nd Row: Camp, Jones, Cobb, Turner, Clopp, Dodd, Nettles, Van Ostveen, R. Massey, G. 

Massey, Rogers, McLaughlin, McMillan. 
3rd Row: Hilaman, Armstrong, Grooms, Chaney, Walker, Foy, Burk, Mooney, F. Massey, 

Patton, Waters, Kratzert. 



Theta (J hi 




MEMBERS: Sam Harris, Cliff Brody, Dick Barlow, Earl Bush, Bob Fuller, George Schmidt, 
Jack Dyas, Kenneth Powell, Anthonv Royrrond Brautiqam, Carlton Gray, Charles Voss, Dick 
Berndt, Ed Redgate, Julio Garcia, Jack Wikon, Marvin Urquhart, Jack Watson, Bob Burns, 
Bill Knight, Joe Hearn. 

PLEDGES: Bob Lanigan, Bobby Mears, Dave Hardin, Frank Calhoun, Wayne Koger, Bob 
Cooper, Frank SkioDer, Chris Holly, Jimmy Neal, Joe Bassett, Hank Mercer, Guy Maddox, 
Charles' Brady, Bob Schmelz, Bob Pence, Bob McKav, Bill Waters, Quentin Cole, James Gause, 
Doug Connors, Jerry Allen. 



Chi Theta colony of Theta Chi appeared on campus the 
first of December, 1947, after organization, rushing 
and pledging. Originally having fifteen members, it now 
claims forty as "brothers." 

Among it's other accomplishments on campus, it has at 
least one Chi Theta on every varsity team of the Univer- 
sity. Frank Calhoun, a Chi Theta pledge, was in charge 
of the formal dance Homecoming weekend. 

On October 1, 1948, the colony was approved by the 
Theta Chi national organization. By the time of publi- 
cation, the local group expects to be an active chapter of 
the national fraternity. 

The complete redecoration of the interior of the house 
is one of the projects undertaken by the group. 




OFFICERS: 

SAM HARRIS President 

CLIFF BRADY Vice President 

DICK BARLOW ... Secretary 

EARL BUSH Treasurer 

CARLTON GRAY—. IFC Representative 
G. E. TULLY Advisor 




Chi Thet<i Colony 




1st Row: Garcia, Hardin, Schmidt, Barlow, Harris, Brady, Bush, Fuller, Powell, Brautigam. 

2nd Row: Koger, Grey, Wilson, Voss, Brady, Mercer, Gaws, McKay, Cooper. 

3rd Row: Mears, Lanigan, Pence, Calhoun, Conners, Bassett, Schmeltz, Burndt, Knight. 



Pi Kappa Alpha 



ACTIVES: Howard E. Wamick, T. C. Maurer, Neal W. Sandy, Kenneth R. MacLean, Joseph 
P. Clark, James S. Martin, Tommy Woodford, William Horner, Roy Strickland, William McNeir, 
James Pafford, Gene Hadden, Richard Davis, Charles T. Tinney, David Wilcox, Robert Hall, 
Harry Ryder. 

PLEDGES: James Doss, Arthur Chestnutt, Robert P. Crisp, James Hightower, James Dandy- 
lake, William Conklin, Norman Stone, J. P. Love, John Kinsey, Joe Oliver, William Graham, 
Leonard Humphreys, Ralph Cowart, Kenneth Hull, William Galenbach, Bobby Jarret, Sam 
Armor, Lofton Memmit, Hugh Adams, George Cave, Gene Clark, Bill Cooksie, Bob Quillen. 



Since the Pi Kappa Colony of the Pi Kappa Alpha was founded on the Florida State Univer- 
sity campus in the fall of 1 947, fraternity members of this group have been active in the academic 
and social life of FSU. First on the calendar of fraternity formals was the gala Pike ball held early 
in the fall at the Country Club. 

Pi Kappa is represented by their members participating in university sports, government, publi- 
cations, and dramatic productions. 

Recently the fraternity was inspected and approved by the national officers of Pi Kappa Alpha in 
preparation for their installation as a national chapter. The chapter project has been the upkeep 
and beautification of their new chapter house on West Campus. 








OFFICERS: 

CHARLES TINNEY ._ President 

TED MAURER ...Vice President 

JAMES S. MARTIN Secretary 

JAMES PAFFORD ... ....Treasurer 

NEAL SANDY JFC Representative 
OTIS McBRIDE Advisor 




Pi Kappa Colony 




1st Row: Woodford, Horner, Sandy, Tinney, Maurer, Pafford, Martin, MacLean, Clark, Hall, 
Wilcox. 

2nd Row: Atkinson, Conklin, Cowart, Love, McNeer, Merrett, Chestnut, Clark, Oliver, Hum- 
phries, Wamick, Hadden, Stone, Doss. 

3rd Row: Jarrett, Hightower, Dandelake, Armar, Ryder, Hull, Gahlenbeck, Culbreth, Quillen, 
Cooksey, Cave, Strickland. 



Delta Tan Delta 




MEMBERS: Ike Anderson, George Anderson, Herman G. 
Arndt, W. Forrest Chapman, Chad Drake, Russell Hicken, 
Fred Honour, Francis Jackson, Bill Jasper, David M. Lang, 
Dannitte Mays, Dennis B. Parrot, Ibert B. Robles, Clifford W. 
Shuman, Thomas P. Smith, Herchel Stalvey, Mylon E. Trifonoff, 
V. Perry Watson. 

PLEDGES: Ed Bailey, Bill Bass, Gene Carpenter, Lemuel Davis, 
Herbert D. Gahres, George Jennings, Gerald Manuel, Evan A. 
Merritt, Tommy Miller, Frank E. Scott, Jim Taylor, Ronald P. 
Wildes, Bill Yon, Delwin Anderson, Rickey Mahoney, Newton 
Jones. 



Like every other fraternity colony on Florida State's 
campus, the Delta Delta colony of Delta Tau Delta 
was mainly concerned with preparations for "going 
national." The Delt's volunteered to relinquish 
their plans for the "Rainbow Ball" and to let the 
Inter Fraternity Council use that weekend for the 
weekend of installation of all the fraternities. 

Open houses, rushing, remodeling and interior 
decorating filled the rest of the time. The Delt's 
efforts were rewarded though. They're the only 
fraternity to boast a private swimming pool! 




PLRRY WATSON .. President 

MYRON TRIFFONOF Vice President 

HERMAN ARNDT Secretary 

TOM SMITH -..Treasurer 

CHAD DRAKE IFC Representative 

I. P. STOKES Advisor 




Delta Delt<i Colony 




1st Row: Mays, Parrott, Smith, Watson, Honour, Davis, I. Anderson, D. Anderson, Jones. 

2nd Row: Yon, De Gamo, Arndt, Taylor, Merritt, Scott, Robles, Drake, Gehres. 

3rd Row: Wildes, Jennings, Mahoney, Jasper, Miller, Jackson, Stalvey, Hicken, Trifonoff, Bass. 



Phi Kappa Tau 




MEMBERS: William G. Albright, John A. Arnold, Thomas Ates, 
William H. Byrcm, Georgs Burton, Edward W. Campbell, James B. 
Childs, Leo V. Davis, Thomas A. Freeman, Glen Gresham, Bruce E. 
Kirksey, James Leonard, Harry Mulliken, Roy Napier, Ernest Powell, 
Max Regester, John D. Rice, Robert Schirmer, Henry D. Ward, James 
H. Wilson, Joseph Vara. 

PLEDGES: Robert Bellows, Kerry Bussey, Mills M. Brinson, Oscar 
Godwin, Edwin Guthrie, Harvey Heagerty, Roy Ferguson, Leonard 
Linquist, Morton May, Jack McGraw, Edward Scofield, Kyle Sermon, 
Harbert Smith, Clifton Spencer, Holly Spencer, Jay Westberry. 



Since its founding last year as a colony of Pi Kappa 
Tau, the Gamma Phi colony has been hard at work. 
The members have remodeled and painted the 
house, as well as redecorated its interior. 

In campus activities, Bill Albright represents the 
colony on the elections committee, tennis team and 
Garnet Key. In the dance bands, two Gamma Phis, 
Hank Ward and Joe Vara, swing out. Tom Freeman 
and Bruce Kirksey sing in University Chorus, while 
Glen Gresham plays on the baseball team. 

Party boys? Not altogether, although they have 
already given hay rides, picnics and an informal 
dance. The main plan on the agenda is the accep- 
tance of their colony by Phi Kappa Tau in the near 
future. 




OFFICERS: 

WILLIAM H. BYRON-. - President 

WILLIAM G. ALBRIGHT.... Vice President 

THOMAS FREEMAN ...Secretary 

JOHN A. ARNOLD .... Treasurer 

WILLIAM G. ALBRIGHT.... ...IFC Representative 

JOSEPH DOGGETT -- ....Advisor 




Gamm'a Phi Oniony 




1st Row: Campbell, Burton, Regester, Freeman, Byrom, Albright, Arnold, Ward, Kirksey, 
Athey. 

2nd Row: Schirmer, Linquist, Wilson, McGraw, Godwin, Leonard, Gresham, Ates, Westberry, 
Smith. 

3rd Row: Bellows, Scofield, Mays, Ferguson, Napier, Davis, Childs, Rice, Mulliken. 



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Men's Physical 
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F' Club 





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COACH DON VELLER AND STAFF. FSU had Coach Veller flanked on his 
right by Backfield Coach Bill Armstrong and Line Coach Charlie Armstrong, 
on his left by Line Coach Bob Harbison and Trainer Eddie Qwest. 

Football at Florida Sate University did a complete turnabout in one year. From a season's 
record of no wins and five losses in 1947, the Seminole gridders came back to take the 
Dixie Conference crown and win seven out of eight games for this season. 
The highlight of the season was the final game against Tampa University. Playing be- 
fore a Homecoming crowd of 6,500, the Seminoles demonstrated their powerful offense 
as they rolled over the Spartans 33 to 12. 




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1948 DIXIE CONFERENCE CHAMPS. Front row: Reddick, Chaudron, Manuel, Coleman, Browning, Dawkins, 
Strauss, Foy, Melton, Quigley, Adams. Second row: Turner, Farrior, Peterson, Kendrick, Vogtritter, Kendall, 
Marcus, Morgan, Jones, Tully, Parrish and Urquhart. Third row: Banakas, Eubanks, Bond, Thombleson, Martin, 
Grant, Costello, Schmeltz, Fox, Kalfas, Hewitt, Love, May, MacLean, McClure, Filchock and Case. 





Walter Foy, 206-pound quarterback, 
was one of the chief passers and sig- 
nal callers for the Seminoles. 



Joe Marcus, 185-pound center, trans- 
fered from Findlay College in Ohio 
where he was an outstanding center 
for two years. 




Hugh Adams, 200-pound tackle, was 
named on Paul B. Williamson's Lit- 
tle All-American team for his bril- 
liant play during the '48 season. 





W. A. Kendrick, 185-pound tackle, 
disproves the theory that it takes a 
heavy man to play on the line in col- 
lege football. 



Buddy Strauss, 190-pound fullback, 
was one of the oustanding perform- 
ers in the Indian backfield. 




W. A. Kendrick captained FSU to an 18-7 vic- 
tory over Stetson. It avenged a 1 4 to 6 loss to 
that school in 1947. 



Ken MacLean, Indian left halfback, was the 
leading ground gainer with 469 yards. 




FSU MacLean (43) is pictured here scoring the third 
touchdown against Cumberland. King (34) and Law- 
rence (44) fail to stoo the Seminole star. FSU won 30-0. 







Buddy Strauss (44) scores the first touchdown for FSU against Stetson. 




Gerald "Bo" Manuel was quick kick specialist 
for the Seminoles. 





Little All-American Hugh Adams dumps Ernie 
Reddick in a practice. 



John Filchok acted as the 
Seminoles place kick 
specialist, converting 
seven times from place- 
ment. 





FSU PASSERS: Ralph Chaudron, Walter Foy, Dick 
Peterson, and Wyatt "Red" Parrish. 



Norman Eubanks, FSU end, was one of the leading pass receiv- 
ers this past year. 




Ralph Chaudron was FSU's 
leading punter, averaging 
39.7 on 18 kicks. 





Coach Don Veller is pictured at the blackboard explaining plays to his gridders. 
Seated on the platform are Charlie Armstrong, Bob Harbison, George McMullen 
(sports announcer), Bill Armstrong, and Manager Bill Lang. 



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FOOTBALL 

RECORD 

FSU Opponent Score 

30 Cumberland 

6 Erksine _ 1 4 

7 Millsaps 6 
18 Stetson 7 
26 Mississippi College .. 6 
12 Livingston State . . 6 
20 Troy State 13 
33 Tampa ... 12 



Ernie Reddick, breakaway back for the Seminoles, picks up yardage against Liv- 
ingston State. 




FSU BASKETBALL TEAM. From row: Kendall, McKay, Nettles, Hewitt, Pavy, Kline, Ben- 
jamin, Wyman. Top row: Weigle, Collins, Falzone, Adams, Folliard, McLaughlin, Pence, 
Dickson. 




Coach J. K. "Bud" Kennedy coached the FSU 
basketball team to eleven wins against ten de- 
feats during the regular season. 



Florida State University basketball 
became a winning sport this year as 
Coach Bud Kennedy maneuvered his 
squad to an eleven and ten card. In 
the '47 -'48 campaign FSU won only 
five of eighteen games. 

The Indians, however, became known 
for their unpredictable style. In the 
West Campus gymnasium FSU won 
eight games while losing only three, 
numbering among their victims such 
rugged teams as Southern (twice), 
Stetson, Tampa and Sewanee. 

Their spontaneous brand of basketball 
placed them as one of the teams to 
watch in the Dixie Conference tourna- 
ment. 

On the road Florida State found mat- 
ters tougher as they won only against 
Troy, Stetson and Millsaps. Seven 
times the Seminoles met defeat on for- 
eign courts. 




Kratzert (9) and Wyman ( 5 I go after the ball in the first Southern game. FSU won 46 to 38. 




Tom McLaughlin, 19-year-old 
forward, was third in scoring for 
the Seminoles. 





Lee Benjamin, stocky guard, 
topped the Seminole scorers 



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Art Adams was selected captain for the '48-'49 
season. 




Orlando "Whitey" Wyman was 
one of the outstanding floor- 
men. 





Jim Pavy saw action as Sem- 
inole guard. 




Dick Kendall (17) is pictured scoring 
against Stetson. Kendall scored 21 
points as FSU won 49-40. 




Ronald Nettles was an out- 
standing player on the defense. 



Bill Kratzert started the season 
with the team. 




Bob Pence was defensive sta! 
wart for the Seminoles. 





Bill Weigle was second high 
scorer for the '48 season. 




Larry Dickson, FSU forward, 
was injured in the Ta m p a 
game. 





Tom McLaughlin (10) and Art Adams 
(15) go up in the air for a rebound 
in the second Southern game. FSU 
won 63 to 45. 



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Bob McKay was FSU guard and 
floorman. 




Jim Pavy (13) shown in action 
against Stetson in the West 
Campus gymnasium. FSU won 
49-40. 



The Seminole basketball team displayed 
ability and potentiality during the '48- 
'49 season. Led by Lee Benjamin who 
scored 208 points, the team marked up 
eleven wins out of twenty-one games. 
The conference record stood at eight wins 
and six losses. 



1948-49 RECORD 

I Dixie Conference games starred) 



FSU 


Opponent 


Score 


53 


Mississippi College 


21 * 


46 


Florida Southern 


38* 


63 


Florida Southern 


4 5 * 


68 


Troy (Ala.) State 


64 


50 


Lambuth 


57* 


52 


Union (Tenn.) 


56 


47 


Southwestern (Tenn.) 


54 


49 


Stetson 


40* 


40 


Stetson 


36* 


51 


Tampa U. 


63* 


65 


Troy State 


46 


56 


Mercer 


65* 


52 


Oglethorpe 


64* 


59 


Mercer 


62* 


60 


Tampa 


58* 


46 


Mississippi College 


57* 


49 


Millsaps 


46* 


47 


Oglethorpe 


46* 


35 


Sewanee 


43 


46 


Sewanee 


38 


44 


Birmingham-Southern 
(won 1 1, lost 10) 


50 


1078 


1049 




(Dixie Conference) 




721 


(won 8, lost 6) 


698 




This season's volleyball team showed a great increase 
in ability over last year's squad. Although only two let- 
termen returned, the final tabulations showed a won- 
lost record of 9-4. More improvement is noticeable 
in the state AAU tournament records which saw FSU 
defeat the St. Petersburg YMCA and the Miami fire- 
men twice to win the state title. 

Coached by Dr. Howard G. Danforth the squad's first 
match was a four team tournament in Tampa 
which ended with FSU victories over Tampa YMCA 
and Tampa U. and a loss to Florida Southern. The 
match between FSU and Tampa U. was the first vol- 
leyball match to be held in the south. This victory 
was repeated with a match against the Spartans held 
in Tallahassee. 

The Seminoles then travelled to Mobile, Alabama, and 
Vicksburg, Mississippi, where the squad was edged in 
a close match with the Alabama state champions and 
trounced by the Vicksburg YMCA, but recovered to 
subdue the Jackson, Mississippi, YMCA. 
Playing two home matches in succession, the high- 
netters defeated the Montgomery YMCA sextet and 
split, 3-3, with the powerful Macon YMCA, Georgia's 
state champs. 

As a result of the Florida state AAU tournament, four 
of the victorious Seminoles received all-tournament 
honors: Jack Wilson, spiker; and Newton Sayers, Wal- 
lace Cox, and Royce Burt, set-up men. 
In its last competition the team bowed to the Mont- 
gomery Y in a return match and then participated in 
the Mid-South tournament at Memphis where the 
Seminoles placed fourth. 



DR. HOWARD G. DANFORD 

Professor of Physical Education for Men 

Head Volleyball Coach 



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Newton Sayers, elected captain, dem- 
onstrates the setting-up form that 
won him an all-Mid-South berth. 




Jack Wilson spikes a hard one against Tampa U. Back- 
ground; set-up man Taft Green. 



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Carroll Gleaton, an outstanding spiker, cracks one. 
Others: Wallace Cox (14), Newton Sayers (3), Taft 
Green (4) , and Jack Wilson (8). 




Waiting for the serve — 

Bayard, Burt, Floyd, 

Cox, Franklin, Fortune 




Bim Stults (left I, FSU swimming coach, chats with Tom Lamar, Miami coach, in the 
Magic City. The Hurricanes won their fourteenth consecutive match when they beat 
the Seminoles 42-33. 



The swimming team at FSU continued its progress as it splashed its way to 
wins over such teams as Emory and the University of Georgia and gave a pow- 
erful Miami University squad a close match. 

At this writing FSU has won two matches, Emory 48-27 and Georgia 38-37, 
and lost four meets, Emory 42-33, Georgia 52-33, Pensacola Navy 40-35 and 
Miami 42-33. 




Freestyle men open their events during the FSU-Miami meet at the Patton Hospital pool in 
Miami. 





Roger Slater, diving star, is one of the reasons for the marked improvement 
of the FSU tank team. 



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A graceful swan dive by 17-year-old Don Wen- 
singer is caught by the camera in midair. Wen- 
singer teams with Roger Slater to give the 
indians a tough combination in the diving 
event. 



Coach Bim Stultz is shown here instructing Frank Cochran, freestyle artist 
for FSU. Relay man, Jack White, is reclining to the right of the Seminole 
mentor. 




JAMES DELOACH, captain of the 1948 
FSU tennis squad. 



Recording eight victories against four 
defeats the Florida State University 
tennis squad became the first athletic 
team to complete a winning season. 

A well-balanced team provided FSU 
with their winning season. Six-foot, 
four-inch Jim Costello won ten straight 
matches before losing to Southern's 
Glenn Tolle in the final meet of the 
year in Lakeland. 




FIRST WINNING TEAM IN FSU HISTORY. The Seminole net squad became the first ath- 
letic crew to record a winning season. They are: standing, Pat Gilmore, Jim Costello, Bob 
Lanigan, Larry Dickson and Coach Don Loucks. Kneeling, James Deloach, Bill Kratzert, Bob 
Gavigan and Bill Albright. A ninth member of the team, Bob Jarratt, is not pictured. 





Jim Costello blasted his way through 
the 1948 season with only one loss in 
intercollegiate competition. 





1948 RECORD 




FSU 


Opponent 


Score 


1 


Southern 


8 


3 


Stetson 


6 


9 


Mercer 





9 


Middle Ga. 





9 


U. of Ga. 

(Savannah ) 





9 


Troy State 





5 


Emory 


2 


6 


Stetson 


3 


1 


Emory 


6 


9 


Middle Ga. 





9 

1 


U. of Ga. 

(Savannah ) 

Southern 



8 



72 



Bill Kratzert, FSU's only three- 
letterman for '47-'48. Kratzert made 
a letter in tennis along with football 
and basketball. 



(won 8, lost 4; 



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Larry Dickson proved to be one of the 
steadiest members of the Seminole 
netters. 



Bob Lanigan was one of the leading 
racqueteers on Coach Louck's squad. 



Baseball coach, Charlie 
Armstrong, who guided 
the 1948 diamond squad 
to eight wins in fifteen 
games. 




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FSU BASEBALL TEAM. Stand- 
ing, coach Armstrong, Kramer, 
Padgett, Gay, Brown, Shaw, 
Cox, Newman, Allen, Witt, 
Calhoun, Tanner and manager 



Wiggins. Sitting, Chaudron, 
Gresham, Parker, Knight, Con- 
rad, Wilson, Nettles, Howell, 
Bassett, Murphy, Banakas and 
manager Compton. 




Baseball came to the Florida State University campus in 1 948. 
Coach Charlie Armstrong worked on his diamond candidates 
and turned out a winning team. Led by such performers as 
"Howdie" Calhoun, Dago Murphy, Al Padgett, John Witt and 
others FSU scrapped their way to eight triumphs against 
seven setbacks. 

Although no regular wound up the season with a .300 bat- 
ting average, Dago Murphy, the clean-up batter; Dozier Al- 
len, lead-off man, and Lamar Brown proved to be long range 
hitters and added punch to the batting order. Jack Wilson 
clouted .297 to lead the Seminoles. 





Howard "Howdie" Calhoun, ace 
fireballer of the Seminole mound 
staff set a record for strikeouts 
when he fanned 19 men in the 
season's opener against Missis- 
sippi College. FSU won the game 
6-0. 



Jack Wilson started the 
season as a catcher, then 
was switched to the out- 
field. Wilson led the 
Seminole batters with a 
.297 mark. 



Burnell "Dago" Murphy 

emerged as the hardest 

hitter on th2 Indian 
tribe. 





Bill Tanner, Indian first baseman, takes a peg in one of FSU's night games. Dozier "Mo" 
Allen, second baseman, is in the background. 




ARMSTRONG SPEAKS 
TO BASEBALL GROUP. 

Coach Charlie Armstrong 
gives batting principles to 
Calhoun, Padgett, Wilson, 
Allen, Banakas, Murphy, 
Brown, Parker, and Tan- 
ner. 





Godfrey Knight, angular 
relief hurler, for the 
Seminoles. 



Dozier "Mo" Allen, sec- 
ond baseman, scoops up 

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Harold Conrad, F S U 
catcher, gets set to swing. 







Ronald Nettles, Florida catcher, 
stops low pitch in University of 
Georgia, Savannah Branch, 
clash. FSU won the game at 
Centennial Field 8-3. 





FSU CHEERING SQUAD. Standing, (left to right) Helen Hatfield, Phyllis Bach, Ann O'Quinn, 
Margaret Strum, Margie Hiatt, Jean Flynn and Nancy Bennett. Kneeling, Mack Mangum, 
Dick Piatt, Bill Merritt, William Williams, Richard Hunt. 



FSU 

6 
3 
5 

2 
8 
5 
3 
7 
2 
4 
5 
14 
8 
7 
2 



FSU BASEBALL RECORD 

OPPONENT 

Mississippi College 

Mississippi College 

Rollins 

Rollins 

Mississippi College 

Mississippi College 

Georgia Teachers 

Georgia Teachers 

Troy State 

University of Georgia, Savannah 

Middle Georgia 

Mercer 

University of Georgia, Savannah 

Middle Georgia 

Rollins 



SCORE 


13 

8 

23 

7 

6 

2 

3 

3 

9 

4 

12 

3 

6 

12 



Women's F Club 



The women's athletic honorary on 
campus is the Women's F Club. A girl 
becomes eligible for F Club member- 
ship when she has been awarded a 
position on two Odd-Even teams in 
three consecutive quarters. Before she 
is made a member, though, she must 
successfully pass a probation period, 
commonly known as "goating." This 
done, she is formally initiated into the 
F Club. 




Front row, left to right: Ann Seaward, Mary Pettit, Martha Mc- 
Gahee, Francis Riherd. Second row: Betty Gurney, Carlo Floyd, 
Bertie Loftus, Lorraine Larson. Third row: Mary Wood, Hazel 
Robertson, Doris Harding, Nan Church. Fourth row: Barbara 
Elliot, Peggy Rainey, Marilyn Hunter, Martha Walker. Fifth row: 
Lois De Lavan, Georgia Shearer, and Aileen Britton. 



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Front row, left to right: Betty J. Cobb, Betty Dixon, 
Audrey Hunt, Betty Stewart. Second row: Peg Thomp- 
son, Charlotte Snyder, Leore "Snooks" Lipe, Joan 
Trupp. Third row: Ruth Lemmon, Kathryn Aspinwall, 
Jean Smith, Charleton Galloway. Fourth row: Jane 
Carol Levy, club president, Jean Cushman, Ethel 
Clann and Inez Augustine. 



F Club has organized, in cooperation 
with the University cheerleaders, pre- 
football game Pep Rallies, and toward 
the latter part of the football season 
the club started a Pep Squad to lead 
the cheering at the home contests. In 
addition to their other projects, F Club 
helps sponsor University Sings held 
every Friday in front of Bryan Hall at 
7 p.m. 




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WRA 



Women's Recreation Association, commonly known as WRA, serves as a 
link between the students and the extra-curricular athletic activities. The 
intramurals program is a part of this group's work. Odd-Even sports are also 
aided by WRA. Headed by Elaine Brown, president, the board included: 
Martha Walker, vice president; Betty Gurney, secretary; Betty Sue Barber, 
treasurer; and Esther Miller, Intramurals Manager; Nan Church, Jane Carol 
Levy, Bobby Cowdery and Jean Smith. 




L. to r. — B. Barber, B. Church, B. Gurney, B. Cowdery, J. Smith, J. C. Levy. Not pictured: E. Brown, Pres.; M. Walker, V.-Pres. 




AHPER 



Left to right: Nan Church, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Cynthia Leinbach, Social Chairman; Mary Calley, 
Vice-President, and Dr. Katherine Montgomery, 
Advisor. (James Pavy, President, and Joe Peel, 
Program Chairman, not in picture.) 



The Association of Health, Physical 
Education and Recreation was installed 
at FSU in the spring of 1948 in an at- 
tempt to unify Health, Physical Edu- 
cation and Recreation majors through 
common standards, meetings and ex- 
change of ideas. Through this organ- 
ization the members are given a 
chance to assume leadership in their 
field and to become acquainted with 
the problems, organization, and prog- 
ress of Health, Physical Education and 
Recreation in the local, state and na- 
tional fields. 



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TARPON CLUB 




One of the Tarpon Club formations in their Fall performance. 



Tarpon Club is the women's swimming club on campus. The members are chosen for their proficiency 
in form swimming and the club has a national reputation for aquatic acrobatics. Members are: Bette 
Barnes, president; Evelyn Allen, vice president; Virginia Wolfe, secretary; Barbara Elliot, Virginia Lou 
Angel, Mary Jane Engle, Martha McGahee, Jean Forhan, Joanne Vaughn, Alycone Collier, Aileen Britton, 
/v\aida Babcock, Nancy Tribble, Margaret Swanson, Ruth Wickie, Em Nickinson, Polly Cahzel, Cynthia 
Leinbach, Beverly Shannon, Sue Hadsell, Joanne Zewadski, Peggy Gatewood, Jane Carol Levy, Jo Wade, 
Alice Davidson, Georgia Shearer, and Dianne Van Dusen. 





Tarpon members splash through another formation. 



A heart is one of the many examples of aquatic acrobatics 
that the Tarpon Club includes in its programs. 



LIFE SAVING CORPS 





A method of staying afloat in case a small 
boat overturns is demonstrated by members of 
the Life Saving Corps. 



Members demonstrate how to propel a canoe 
full of water to shore, in case of emergency. 



The Life Saving Corps holds Senior Life Saving classes during 
each quarter of the year for the purpose of training instructors 
for teaching swimming in the pool The Corps provides the 
pool and camp with life guards. 



KIFLE CLUB 

The newest organization on campus in the sports field is the FSU Rifle Club. 
Under the leadership of its founder, Audrey Richard, the club has begun to 
take on intercollegiate competition with rifle clubs of such colleges as the 
University of Alabama, Louisiana State University, University of Cincinnati, 
and Tulane. Anyone interested in its activities may attend its weekly meet- 
ings, on Thursday night, at the County Armory. Club officers are: Frank 
Gibson, president; Grover Baker, vice president; Bette Thornhill, secretary; 
Sam Price, treasurer; Merton May, executive officer; and Audrey Richard, 
instructor. 




Front row, left to right: Merton May, Zula Ratcliff, and 
Grover Baker. Second row, left to right: Joseph Richard, 
Helen Hipp, Sam Price, Audrey Richard,- and Frank 
Gibson. 



000 EVEN SOCCER and HOCKEY 




Odd-Evens tusseling for possession of that soccer bal 



The annual Odd-Even soccer and hockey 
games were played during the Homecoming 
Weekend with the Odds coming out victorious 
in hockey and the two teams playing to a 
deadlock in soccer. The Odds were captained 
in hockey by Dottie Patrick and in soccer by 
Elaine Brown. The Evens took their cues from 
Leora "Snooks" Lipe in hockey and Kathryn 
"Pokie" Aspinwall in soccer. 

Odd hockey team members: Iris Dee Wil- 
son, Peg Thompson, Lucille Ossenkop, Mary 
Jackson, Inez Augustine, Mary Kate Scotten, 
Leland White, Doris Harding, Jean Smith, Sis 
Miller, Gay Cubbage, Joan Trupp, Mary Land, 
Lucille Minkley, and Fay Funchess. 

Odd soccer team members: Peggy Becknell, 
Ethel Clann, Joanne Shirley, Joan Solomon, 
Nancy Jones, Bee Jay Cobb, Aileen Britton, 
Joanne Zewadski, Polly Penn, Betty Sue Bar- 
bar, Betty Cottrell, Mary Calley, Pauline Tut- 
tle, Shiriey Palmer, Dot Hatch, and Elaine 
Brown. 

Even hockey team members: Claire Smith, 
Pat Shelmeidine, Bobbie Sikes, Mickey Mc- 
Quaig, Nancy Lane, Eunice Thompson, Mary 




Odds send a "looper" down the field. 



Cawthon, Audrey Byrd, Pat Powell, "Pete" 
Morgan, Marjorie Parker, Maxine Miner, Tot 
McLeod, Gertrude Whittey, Martha Robinson, 
Leora Lipe, and Leah Abel. 

Even soccer team members: Bobbie Cow- 
dery, lona Moody, Jean Lumpkin, Rose Al- 
verez, Jean Rigell, Jane Kirk, Nan Church, 
Pat Crum, Carmen Tarzetti, Carolyn Huggins, 
Martha Aman, Betty Stewart, Beth Farnell, 
Martha McGahee, Cynthia Mink and Frances 
Riherd. 




ODD EVEN MODERN DANCE 



The Odd-Even modern dance teams do not 
compete, but are judged and given construc- 
tive criticism for the programs they present. 
The dance program was held during Home- 
coming Week with the Odd dance group, di- 
rected by Valda Mock, doing "Cry in the 
Wind" and the Evens, under the supervision 
of Peggy Rainey giving "Web of Condemna- 
tion" for their program. 




Standing: Emily Koon and Ann Bache; sec- 
ond row, left to right: Helen Gong, Gloria No- 
wak, Gladys Tinkler and Peggy Rainey; on the 
floor, Marie Chillingworth. 





Left to right: Catherine Yonge, Helen Mc- 
Corkle, Julia Beckman, and Audrey Henry. 



Left to right: Nancy Smith, Ann Carlisle, Mimi 
Renwick, and Barbara Bailey. 




Left to right: Mary Lou Smith, Valda Mock, 
Jean Sayer, and Pat Plockelman. 



ODD EVEN ARCHERY 




The Odd team lines up for the Odd-Even tournament. 




The Even team ready and waiting! 




Counting up those points during the tournament. 

The Odd-Even archery tournament held a spotlight during Homecoming 
Weekend, also. The Evens, captained by Ruth Lemmon, came out victorious 
for the second straight year. The Odds sparked by Betty Dixon put up a 
hard fight for the victory. 

Members of the victorious Even team were: Ruth Dix, Ann Corley, Martha 
Walker, Joann Cloud, Esther Lenox, Barbara Boling, Susan Alexander, Cath- 
erine Blanton, Marilyn Hunter, Avery Limbeck, Eleanor Graves and Ruth 
Lemmon. 

The Odd team consisted of Charlotte Snyder, Marion Doro, Carlo Floyd, 
Helen Looby, L. J. Miller, Mary Lou Lissenden, Harriet Jones, Cecile McRae, 
Carolyn Moore, Sybil Geer, Sue Wilson, and Betty Dixon 



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ODD-EVEN SWIMMINO 

The second quarter found the Evens winning the swimming meet 59-28. 
Sue Hadsell piloted the Evens to victory against an efficiently captained 
Odd team led by Cynthia Leinbach. 




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Odd team all set for a plunge. 



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Even team practicing for the meet. 





Charleton Galloway, Even, performing a back 
jack-knife in fhe diving portion of the meet 



An exciting moment in the 75-yard medley relay 



Members of the Odd team were: Aileen Britton, Cynthia Leinbach, Evelyn 
Allen, Carolyn Moore, Mary Lu Lissenden, Jean Smith, Sue Wilson, and 
Cecile McRae. 

The Even team featured Sue Hadsel, Jean Forhan, Joanne Vaughn, Eleanor 
Graves, Ann Parrish, Charleton Galloway, Jo Wade, Henrietta MacConnell 
and Martha McGahee. 



WINNERS OF INTRAMURALS 
(1948 1949) 



Basketball 

Kappa Alpha Theta 



Tennis 

Delta Delta Delta 

(doubles and singles) 



Horseshoes 

Delta Delta Delta 
(doubles) 

Deita Zeta 

(singles) 



Softball 
Reynolds Hall 



Shuffleboard 

Delta Delta Delta 
(doubles) 

Delta Zeta 

(singles) 



Bowling 

Kappa Alpha Theta 



Bridge 

Pi Beta Phi 

( 1 st tournament) 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

(2nd tournament) 



ODD EVEN BASKETBALL and VOLLEYBALL 




Even Martha Walker tangles with Odd Betty 
Sue Barber and her teammates in an effort to 
get possession of the ball in a practice game. 




Odds Beckman, Cottrell and Camp go after 
a back-board rebound. 



The Evens came out on top in both volleyball and basketball with Nan 
Church and Leora "Snooks" Lipe leading the respective Even teams against 
Odd Peggy Becknell and Elaine Brown's teams. 

Members of the Even volleyball team were: Ruth Dix, Helen Gong, Terry Mattman, Mary 
Cawthon, Francis Riherd, Lou Larcom, Cynthia Mink, Jane Kirk, Carolyn Henry, Carolyn 
Huggins, and Mary Guyman. 

Representing the Odds were: Inez Augustine, Polly Clifford, Bee Jay Cobb, Carla Floyd, 
Betty Gurney, Lois Miller, Betty Wells Nelson, Ann Oliver, Elizabeth Rogertson, Ann Seaward, 
and Mary. Land. 

Even basketball players were: Hazel Robertson, Carmen Tarzetti, Rose Alveraz, Pat Crum, 
Nancy Lane, Martha Walker, Tot McLeod, Mary Lou DeWolfe, Nancy Albury, and Virginia 
Caldwell. 

Odd basketeers were: Betty Sue Barber, Audrey Hunt, Lorraine Larson, Pat Shaar, Joan 
Soloman, Billie Camp, Betty Cottrell, Nanette Lindler, Mary Scotten, Ann Scudder and Joanne 
Shirley. 




Nan Church, Even leader, spikes one to 
Odd Audrey Hunt in one of the tournament 
games. 




Even's setting up the ball for a spike in ths 
tournament. 



THIIU) QlIARTEfl SPOKTS LEADERS 





Emily Gahr, left, led the Evens in Badmin- 
ton while Ann Seaward took the Odds in hand. 



Lois De Lavan, left, tried to get the Evens 
on the victory road in golf as Catherine Verser 
sparked the Odd team. 



Third quarter found the Odds and Evens 
slugging it out in golf, Softball, badminton and 
tennis. The competition was keen and the 
games hard fought. 




Softball found 
Jean Lumpkin 
getting the 
Evens in home 
run shape, 
while she was 
watching S i s 
Miller and her 
Odd team. 



In the field of tennis, Peg Thompson had 
charge of the Odds, against Lu Anne Batman 
and the Evens. 







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identification 




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elephants? 



Still 'tea'sing. 



FSU learns to drive. 



Hot foot? 



Jus' 
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We're reaching the top. 




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It probably wasn't that funny! 




Hot dog! 




What am I? 




Boy, look at Har-lem! 



A tree with two heads- 
hmm! — Dr. Kurz! 




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Shall we gather at the piano! 




Just to show how 
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Speech Department 
Productions 



Charmed, I'm sure. 




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WFSU 



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ON YOUR RAIJIO DIAL 




Station manager Harry Hughey who conceived and carried out plans for the building 
of a campus radio station at Florida State University. 



Yes, you're on GtiU! 

The first program was beamed to the students of FSU the night of Jan- 
uary 21 after 14 months of preparation. The station offers a variety of pro- 
grams from jazz sessions to religious forums, from sorority functions to 
news presentations. It offers an entirely new outlet on campus for student 
initiative and imagination. 

WFSU was a dream come true to Harry Hughey. Now serving as station 
manager, Harry oversees the entire operation of the station. He is assisted 
by several able staff members whose occupations vary from engineering to 
making station breaks. 

The equipment for the station was built — at a cost of $2,500 — by Mr. 
Thomas H. Bedwell of the FSU physics department. With the help of two 
graduate assistants, Mr. Bedwell constructed the console and transmitters in 
three months. 



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THE VOICE OE THE SEMINOLE" 





Roy Flynn 
Station Advisor 



Dennis Delacure 
Program Director 



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The staff of radio station WFSU are pictured, left to right, in the front row: Paula Bailey, 
script writer; Arthur Cobb, sports director; middle row: Jon Allan, music director; Joe Yon, 
dramatics director; Doug Alley, head script writer; Kay Harrison, chief secretary; Pat Martin, 
dramatic script writer, and Neil Jacoby, traffic director; the back row: Earl Dobert, publicity 
director; Harry Hughey, station manager; Catherine Pearson, production manager; Jack 
Madigan, chief announcer; Sam Mansfield, assistant station manager, and Dennis DeLacure, 
program director. 



Was it 
that bad? 



Oh well, 

guess it 
couldn't be helped. 



My picture 

was left out 

of the annual? 




I got to nave 
another one 
taken! 




Everything always 
comes out all right- 
in the end. 



Alford, Ouido 

Tallahassee 




Allen, Betty Jean 

Live Oak 

Symphonic Band 

Pres., '46, '47 

Secretary, '48, '49 

Symphonic Orchestra 

Marching Band 

Brass Quartet 

Stardusters Dance Band 




Allen, Dixie Jean 

Leesburg 

Westminster Fellowship 

I. R. C. 

Jr. Counselor 

Sr. Hall Council 

Constitution Committee 





Bagley, Jeanne 

Miami 
Flambeau 
Managing Editor, Asso- 
ciate Editor 
Cotillion 
Spanish House 
Sigma Delta Pi 
Glee Club 
(V. Pres.) 




Boird, Wilmer 

West Palm Beach 




Barber, Mary Elizabe 

Okeechobee 
Glee Club 



Beckman, Julia A. 

Merritt Island 
Modern Dance Group 




Bennett, Virginia Lee 

Gotha 
Alpha Chi Omega 




Bennett, Virginia Varne 

Tallahessee 





Bewley, Bertha 

Fort McCoy 




Boggs, Nancy 

Hollywood 

Jr. Counselor 

Sr. Hall Council 

Pres. Home Ec. Club 

B. S. U. 




Bowen, Reeves, Jr. 

Tallahassee 



Bower, Garth 

Tallahassee 




Brady, Ruth 

West Palm Beach 




Brown, Barbara 

Lake Park 

Flambeau 

I. R. C. 

Discussion Club 





Burnett, Helen 

Tampa 




Cahill, Lavinia 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Floor Chairman 

Spanish Play 




Campbell, Beatrice 

Sarasota 

Alpha Lambda Delt 

Jr. Counselor 

Los Picaros 

Sigma Delta Pi 



arter, Wesley 

Tallahassee 
tball team '47 




Chestnut, Rachel 

Bradenton 




Clarkson, Hazel 

Ft. Myers 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Sophomore Council 

Glee Club 

Flambeau 

Pan-Hellenic President 

Phi Mu Rush Chairman 





Cobb, Arthur E. 

Pensacola 

Men's Senate (TBUF) 

Beta Phi 

Flambeau Sports 

Columnist 

Flambeau Sports Editor 

Director of Sports, 

WFSU 




Crane, Gladys 

Mount Dora 

Landis House Council 

Home Ec. Club 

Geography Club 

YWCA 




Davis, Anne 

DeFuniak Springs 



is, Mary Margaret 

Tallahassee 




Dayan, Grace 

St. Petersburg 

lei, Vice Pres., '48, '49 
Izfa, Pres., '48, '49 
World Federalists 
Discussion Club 




Diffenbaugh, James Guy 

Tallahassee 




Deese, Louise 

Wellborn 




Dixon, Margaret 
Elizabeth 

Tampa 

Garnet Key 

Spirogira "F" Club 

Jr. Representative to 

Senate 
Chairman, Soph.-Sr. 

Breakfast 

Chairman, Red Cross 

College Unit 

Pres. Landis Hall 

Odd Archery Leader 

Playnight Committee 

Freshman Flunkies 

Constitution Committee 

Mortified 





Dixon, Richard 

Tallahassee 



Dohlin, Elnora 

Miami 
lairman Auditing 

Committee 
Student Budget 
Zommittee UGA 
easurer Christian 
ence Organization 




Duke, Aubrey 

Tallahassee 




Duncan, Nell 

Jacksonville 




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Dupree, Jane 

Vero Beach 

Freshman Flunkies 

B. S. U. 

Spanish House 

Los Picaros 




Durrance, Joyce 

Fort Meade 




Dyer, June 

Bartow 



Eaddy, Ruby 

Bushnell 




Flanders, Bruce 

Sebring 

Sigma Kappa 

Jr. Counselor 

Wesley Foundation 

Council 

Wesley Players 




Foster, Clyde Marie 

Center Hill 




Forrester, Lynnette 

Jacksonville 




Friedman, Anita 

Jacksonville 

Freshman Flunkies 

Odd Demonstration 

Hillel 

Geography Club 




Futch, Mercedes E 

Live Oak 

Symphonic Band 

Symphonic Orchesti 

Marching Band 

Brass Quartet 

Stardusters Dance Bij' 

Sigma Alpha lotc 






Galloway, Helen C. 

Westville 




Golden, Elizabeth 

St. Petersburg 




Grimes, Bette Louise 

Sumterville 





Gwynn, Mae 

Tallahassee 
Freshman Carnival 
Freshman Flunkies 
Sophomore Council 

Chi Omega 
Classical Club 



Harris, Frances 

Ft. Myers 

Phi Mu 

Freshman Flunkies 

YWCA 

Pre-Law 

IRC 
Sr. Hall 
Florida Rep. to Birm- 
ingham Christmas 
Carnival 





Hall, Miriam 

Pensacola 



Harrison, Eloise 

Tallahassee 

Sigma Alpha lota 

Symphonic Band 

Marching Band 

Symphonic Orchestra 

University Chorus 
Day Student's Organ- 
ization 
MENC 




Hall, Robert 

Orlando 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



Hartwell, Rosanne 

Ft. Lauderdale 
Freshman Flunkies 
Kappa Delta, Pres. 

Usher Cmtt. 

Christian Science 

Organization 




Hedberg, Lucy 

Jacksonville 
Vice Pres. Village 

Jr. Counselor 
Freshman Flunkies 




Hodge, Hazel 

Orlando 
Transfer student 




Holt, Irma Eva 

Miami 
Jr. Counselor 
Pres. Omicron Nu 
Treas. Home Ec. CI 
Sec'ty Treas. Sr. He 



Sarah Elizabeth 

Tampa 
Flambeau 




Hunt, Lois Wilson 

Tampa 




Jackson, Mary 

South Daytona 

AHPER 

"F" Club 





Johns, Evelyn Faye 

West Palm Beach 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Sr. Hall Council 




Johnson, Mildred 

Ft. Pierce 




Jones, Betsey 

Sarasota 



nes, Martha Jo 

Tampa 
Jr. Counselor 




Kelley, Lucy Lee 

Perry 




Kennedy, Amanda 

Punta Gorda 





Kennedy, Marijo 

Punta Gorda 
University Chorus 



ainharr, Martha 

'est Palm Beach 
ppa Alpha Theta 
\ctivity Chrmn. 
Rush Chrmn. 
eshman Flunkies 




Kerby, Irene 

Plant City 

Geography Club 

Jr. Counselor 




Lamb, Richard 

Tallahassee 




Kraus, Margaret 

St. Petersburg 

Newman Club 

Senior Hall 

Social Committee, 

Landis 



Laslie, Isabel 

Tallahassee 

Phi Mu 

Business Ed. Club 

Budget Committee UGA 




Lottus, Bertie 

Tampa 

"F" Club 

Canterbury Club 

Jr. Counselor 
Sr. Hall Council 




Love, Dorothy 

Panama City 

Home Ec. Secretary 

Sr. Hall Council 




Lujan, Daniel 

Key West 

Cavaliers 

Newman Club 



Lofton, Anicio. Alemon 

Tampa 




Moki, Helen 
Miami 

IRC 

YWCA 

Geography Club 

Sr. Hall 




McBride, Flora Mae 

Lake City 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Sigma Delta Pi 

Wesley Foundation 

(Freshman Council) 

YWCA 





McCoy, Rosemary 

Miami 

Jr. Minstrel 

Flambeau, 

Associate Editor 

Talaria 

IRC 

Sr. Hall Council 




McCoy, Brantley 

Elizabeth City N. C. 



Mcrrin, Cyntnia 

Gainesville 

Delta Delta Delta 

Freshman Flunkies 

Glee Club 

Off-Campus Court 

Chairman 

Westminster Fellowship, 

President 

Faculty Stunt Night, 

Student Chairman 

Odd Demonstration 

Jr. Minstrel 

Garnet Key 

AHPER 

Religious Workers 

Council 




Miller, Jim 

Havana 
Flambeau 





McRoyan, Evelyn 

Sarasota 
IRC 

YWCA 

Sandspur Activitie 

Alpha Omega Pi, 

President 

South Cawthon Sod 

Committee 



Milton, Ruth 

Ocala 

B. S. U. 

Home Ec. Club 

4-H Club 





Moore, Betty 

Sanford 

Golf Team 

Jr. Counselor 

House Council 

Lower Court 

Sr. Hall Council 




Moore, Ewell 

Tallahassee 




Nichols, Mildred 

Jacksonville 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Sigma Alpha lota 
Kappa Delta Pi 
University Chorus 
Geography Club 



Oberholtzer, Catherine 

Yalaher 




O'Brien, Alice Ruth 

Sebring 

B.S. U. 




Parker, Idella 

Tallahassee 



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Patrick, Dottie 

Laurel, Miss. 

"F" Club 

AHPER 




Paul, Jean 

West Palm Beach 

Social Work Club 

Discussion Club 

IRC 




Phillips, Auralie 

Chipley 

B.S. U. 

Soltas 

Sr. Hall 



5S, Georgene 

Orlando 
assical Club 

YWCA 
tiring Club 




Piloian, Lucy 

Longwood 
YWCA 




Rasmussen, Esther 

DeLand 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Mortar Board 

Phi Beta Kappa 

Garnet Key 

Pi Beta Phi 

Sophomore Council 

Phi Alpha Theta 

Women's Senate 

Women's Judiciary 

University Court, 

Chief Justice 

Westminster Fellowship 

Inter-Church Fellowship 




Ratcliff, Zula 

Arlington, Ga. 

Home Ec. Club 

Rifle Club 

Alpha Omicron Pi 




Scarborough, Delores 

Brooksville 

Geography Club 

Latin Club 




Schnell, Betty T. 

Orlando 

Classical Club 

Hore Ec. Club 

4-H Club Secretary 

YWCA 



h, Mary Eloise 

Mayo 




Smith, Emma Jeannette 

Oca la 

Wesley Foundation, 

Executive Council 

University Singers 




Smith, Gladys Marie 

Tampa 





Smith, Marjorie Faye 

Madison 




Speck, Harold 

Marianna 




Stephens, Jo Anne 

Jacksonville 



rum, Margaret 

it. Petersburg 
ead University 
Cheerleaders 
ture Editor and 
ffice Manager, 

Flambeau 
eta Phi, Secretary 
i Social Chrmn. 
tiversity Chorus 
shman Flunkies 

Sandspur 




Sturgis, Harriet 

Sarasota 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Sigma Alpha lota 

Band 




Thrower, Mary Nell 

Tampa 

Kappa Delta 

Village Vamps 

Usher Committee 

Odd Cheerleader 



Till, Marilyn 

Bartow 




Turner, Earl 

Tampa 
Taliy-Ho 





Tuttle, Pauline 

West Palm Beach 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Sophomore Council 

"F" Club 

Garnet Key 

Pres. Freshman Class 

Pres. Soph. Class 

First Vice Pres.WGA 

Pres. WGA 

Mortar Board 

Kappa Alpha Theta, 

Vice President 



Ward, Olga 

Malone 




Welch, Alice 

Tampa 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 

Gamma Sigma Epsilon 

Sr. Hall Council 

YWCA 

House President 

Judiciary 

Pre-Med. Club, V. Pres. 

B. S. U. 





Wells, Minnie L. 

Stuart 

Flambeau Staff 

Jr. Counselor 




Wells, Sarah Lou 

Miami 

B. S. U. 

Freshman Flunkies 

Sophomore Council 

"F" Club 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 

Pre-Med Club 



Wheatley, Jeanne 

West Palm Beach 




Whitman, Janet 

Sarasota 
Alpha Lambda Delta 



Wells, Frances 

Jaspar 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Business Ed. Club 

Auditing Cmmtt. UGA 

YWCA 




West, Elizabeth 

Gainesville 




Wilcox, Thyrza 

Miami 
Chairman, Psychology 

Club 

Vice Pres. Psyche Club 

Affiliate Member 

Florida Psychological 

Association 
Student Rep. to Fla. 
Academy of Science, 

Soc. Sci. Branch 
Student Rep. to FPA 





Wingate, Lonnie 

Callahan 




Wood, Lois 

Tallahassee 

Winner of 1 948 AAUW 

Creative Arts Contest 

Flambeau 




Wood, Rolland 

Ocala 
Art Editor Talaria 




Woodall, Betty 

Kissimmee 

Campus Fire Marshall 

Cawthon North Fire 

Marshall 

House President 

President, Soltas 




Wood, Mary 

St. Augustine 

"F" Club 

Life Saving Corp 



Wright, Gwendolyn 

Glenwood, Indiana 
Home Ec. Club 
Social Cmmtt. 




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Yates, Patricia 

Tallahassee 

Sandspur, Chairman 

Zeta Phi Eta 




McMillan, Charles 

Quincy 
Phi Delta Theta 

Pres. UGA 
Football Team 




Harden, Sylvanu! 

Okeechobee 




Scott, Muriel 

Ft. Myers 
Phi Mu 



Cowden, William 

Cleveland, Ohio 
Phi Delta Theta 



Maynes, Marilyn 

Pensacola 




Macon, Gene 

St. Petersburg 




Barnes, William 

Tallahassee 



Pierce, Betty 

St. Petersburg 




DID YOU FEEL LEFT ODT? 



FKESHMAN CLASS 

NANCY ALBURY 
Miami 

PHYLLIS JESTY BACH 
Sanford 

PEGGY BLITCH 
Tallahassee 

MARTHA CALDWELL 
Miami 

JO CAROLYN CAMPBELL 
Panama City 

JOHANA MAE CATHCART 
Wauchula 

MURRAY CAWTHON 
DeFuniak Springs 

WALTER CLAYTON CAWTHON 
DeFuniak Springs 

JOYCE M. CHICK 
Titusville 

HAROLD CARRIN 
Jacksonville 

MARTHA NELLE CRENSHAW 
Ft. Lauderdale 

JO ANN EBERT 
Ft. Lauderdale 

ELIZABETH IVES 
Jacksonville 

MARIAN LEHMAN 
Orlando 

JO LOVETT 
Ocala 

HELEN MacWILLIAMS 

ALICE MYERS 
Palmetto 

LORRAINE NOTTAGE 
Key West 

KATHERINE J OETJEN 
Jacksonville 

ALICE MAE PATE 
Kissimmee 

JULIET GLORIA PEACOCK 
Coral Gables 

LOIS RAY 
Jay 

PHYLLIS ROGERS 
Coral Gables 

MARK ELIZABETH ROBERTS 
Orlando 

JANICE ROUSE 
Pompano 

BETTY L. SMITH 
Coral Gables 

RUTH A. SMITH 
Key West 

MARY STEMP 

MARIANNE TIBBETTS 
Ft. Lauderdale 

JOHN TOOLEY 
South Charleston, W. Va. 

MAY CAROL VOLENA 
Miami 

HARMER WEICHEL 
Jacksonville 

BETTE M. WOLLEY 
Pensacola 

HARRIET WHITLOCK 
Arcadia 

DOROTHY LOUISE WILLIAMS 
Homestead 

MARGUERITE D. WADLEY 
Tampa 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



JOSEPH AARON 

BETTY JEAN BROWN 
Miami 

GEORGE BURTON 
Marianna 

SUE CARSON 
Lake City 

VIRGINIA GRIFFITH 
St. Petersburg 

PAT GUFFEN 

JOSEPH HEARN 
Newark, Dela. 

MARY LAND 
Apopka 

ROWEENA LEE 
Doctor's Inlet 

JIM MacARTHUR 
Pensacola 

MARJORIE MANER 
Tampa 

JEAN MALLOY 
Chipley 

PEGGY McCORMICK 
Jacksonville 

GLORIA MAYO 
Tallahassee 

MERTON MAY 
Waterford, Penn. 

KENNER MAXWELL 
Punta Gorda 

HURSCHELL MATHEWS 
Jacksonville 

HAZEL MATTHEWS 
Tallahassee 

CHARLES MATHEWS 
Palatka 

NORMA MARTI NO 
Tampa 

HERBERT MARSH 
Jacksonville 

THOMAS J. MARTIN 
Monticello 

LOUISE McKINLEY 
Tampa 

JULIA McMEEKIN 
Hawthorne 

tewy Mcpherson 

Tallahassee 

CECILE McRAE 
Mcintosh 

ROBERT MEARS 
Tallahassee 

LUOLINE MEDLIN 
Hollywood 



MARION MEEKS 
Tallahassee 

HENRIETTA MEINERS 
St. Petersburg 

LOFTON S. MERRITT, JR. 
Pensacola 

MAVIS MILLER 
Frostproof 

BURDEST MIMMS 
Tallahassee 

EUGENE MITCHELL 
Inverness 

MARTHA ANN MOORE 
Panama City 

EDRIS MORGAN 
Tampa 

CORNELIA MOSES 
Lakeland 

HULDA MULLIS 
Pensacola 

PHOEBE MILLER 
Orlando 

VIVIAN MILLER 
Sarasota 

ANN MOODY 
Shady Grove 

ALMA MOON 
Highland City 

BOBBIE MOORHEAD 
Ocala 

ERNEST B. MURPHY 
Sneads 

ANNE C. MURRILL 
Bradenton 

MARY LOU MUSTER 
Boynton Beach 

JOAN SOLOMON 
Tampa 

BEVERLY SHANNON 
Sarasota 

JOSEPHINE SAPP 
Waycross, Ga. 

MARIAN SAMTAN 

JACKIE PARISH 
Pensacola 

MARY JANE SOWELL 
Quincy 

MARY ELIZABETH TOUCHTON 
Sanford 

NANCY LEONA WEEKS 
St. Petersburg 

ROBERT WOOLFE 
West Palm Beach 

RITA ZENONI 
Tampa 



JUNIOK CLASS 

GLORIA ALBRITTON 
Sarasota 

B1LLIE BRADSHAW 
Jasper 

SARAH CAWTHON 
DeFuniak Springs 

ANNA DELL CLARK 
Lakeland 

WILLIAM HENLEY CROSS 
Tallahassee 

DOLORES DANIELS 
Haines City 

NANCY DOHLIN 
Miami 

LUCY ELTON 
Chipley 

EMMA ENGEL 
Homestead 

BILL GAHLENBECK 
Pensacola 

SUE HADSELL 

Tallahassee 

WANDALEE HAMILTON 
Somerset, Ky. 

BILL HORNER 
Jacksonville 

CALHOUN JONES 

SARA LAMBERT 
Tallahassee 

DANNYE MASSEY 
Marianna 

GEORGE MORGAN 
St. Augustine 

DOT SCHOONMAKER 
Gainesville 

NINA SHUMAN 
Dunnellon 

VIOLETTA SOSIN 
Key West 

JEAN THIBAUT 
Maimi 



PICTURES 

OMITTED 

Due To 

Technical 

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FLOWERS 
By 

ELINOR DOYLE 



202 South Adams 



Phone 767 



JOHN E. HUNT BROWARD WILLIAMS 

ACCIDENT - AUTOMOBILE - LIABILITY - BURGLARY - MARINE - FIRE - LIFE - SURETY BONDS 

Every Line of Insurance and Bonds, Including Life Insurance 

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 
Cherokee Hotel Bldg. Phones — 1722 and 1689 

Compliments of 

COX FURNITURE COMPANY 

"A Little Out Of The Way, But A Lot Less To Pay" 
Thomasville Road Phone 1173 




Now flap your arms! 



THE BEST DRESSED MEN WEAR 




A GREAT NAME IN CLOTHING 

"SCHWOBILT SUITS THE SOUTH" 



On College at Adams Street 




How rough can ijou get? 




Go ahead— it's your neck! 



Could this be real? 



Have a Coca-Cola = Let's be friendly 




. . . a way to win a welcome ivherever you go 

There's friendliness in the simple phrase Have a "Coke". It turns 
strangers into friends. In both hemispheres, Coca-Cola stands for 
the pause that refreshes,— has become the high-sign of the good- 
hearted. 

BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY 

TALLAHASSEE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 




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It's natural for popular names 
to acquire friendly abbrevia- 
tions. That's why you hear 
Coca-Cola called "Coke". 





Compliments 


Shop for . . . 


of 


SMARTER WEARABLES 




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TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 


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HOTEL FLORIDAN 

TALLAHASSEE 



150 Rooms 



European Plan 



Excellent Dining Room 



J. T. Smith, Jr., Mgr. 



Compliments of 

miller's 

1 1 1 East College Avenue 
TALLAHASSEE 



• • • 



FINE SHOES SINCE 1924" 




We just had 

our faces lifted 

—and look what they found! 



Well— send us a post card! 





We are proud of the continuing part we 
have played in the production of yearbooks 
for the Florida State University for the 
past sixteen years. . . 

The tally-ho and its predecessors occupy 

an important place in the traditions 

of our own organisation and receive the 

utmost of our skill and effort. 

The 1949 tally-ho staff has performed 

with rare ability and we are grateful 

for the opportunity to have been their 

co-workers in what we believe is an 

outstanding yearbook. 



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ENAMELS 

FLATS 

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CARD BOARDS 

WALL PAPER 



U. S. GYPSUM PAINTS 

TEXOLITE 

CEMENTICO 

PATCHING PLASTER 

TEX TONE 

PERF-A-TAPE 



WARDS PAINT STORE 



Tel. 1567 



OLIN HUTTO, Prop. 204 So. Adams 




Just throw yourself into it. 



Our twenty-sixth annual expression of appreciation to 



the Student Body and Faculty, for their faithfulness and 



confidence in this shop. 



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DRUGS 

TALLAHASSEE'S ONLY 
AIR-CONDITIONED DRUG STORE 



210 South Adams 



Phone 123 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



215 W. COLLEGE AVENUE 



MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS, 

DOBBS HATS, ARROW SHIRTS 
FREEMAN AND EDWIN CLAPP SHOES 
LUGGAGE 



P. W. WILSON COMPANY 

Tallahassee's Best Store Since 1837 

Telephone 88 

Tallahassee, Florida 



LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR, LINGFRIE, 
ACCESSORIES, HOME FURNISHINGS, 
PIECE GOODS, MILLINERY, NOTIONS 








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WE INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE 



The Atlantic National Bank 



Of Jacksonville 



ORGANIZED IN 1903 



MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 



WE DO 
APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE 



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GREYHOUND LINES 



CALL GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT 



PHONE 701 



Corner Tennessee and Adams 




Can- an 




TALLAHASSEE FEDERAL 
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 



115 E. PARK 



RESOURCES OVER $8,000,000.00 
SAVINGS INSURED TO $5,000.00 



MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 




Largest and Leading 
Department Store 



SEARS 





Your fashions at 




DRESSES 
COATS 

SUITS 



1 18 S. Monroe St. 



Phone 20 



Compliments 

of 

TALLAHASSEE'S OLDEST AND FINEST 
YOUNG MEN'S SHOP 

212 So. Monroe St. Phone 39 

McGREGOR soprtswear 
CAMPUS-TOGS clothes 

ARROW SHIRTS and TIES 
JARMAN shoes 

RAIN FAIR rainwear 



Compliments 
of 




§Mpette$ottlinqQr. 



141 Oakland Ave. 



Phone 1130-K 



Carter's Sporting Goods 

YOUR FRIENDLY SHOP 

Distributors for 

MacGREGOR GOLDSMITH 

SPORTS EQUIPMENT 



117 S. Adams 



Phone 32 



EXPERT SHOE REPAIR 

HENLEY'S SHOE SHOP 

FIX WHILE YOU WAIT 



215 W. College 



Phone 1922-W 



ROBLEE SHOES FOR MEN 



AIR STEP SHOES FOR WOMEN 



STRICKLAND'S SHOE STORE 



115 E. College Avenue 



Phone 878 





So I sez— 



We eat! 



Elberta Crate & Box Co. 



TALLAHASSEE 
FLA. 



BAINBRIDGE 
GA. 



Manufacturers 

of 

FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PACKAGES 



& N CAFE 



SIZZLING WESTERN STEAKS— SEA FOODS 
SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS 

PHONE 1054 
119 E. JEFFERSON ST. TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 



FRATERNITY AND SORORITY PLAQUES 



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UTNANI . 



AMERICAN DEM SOCIETY 



308 So. Monroe St. 



Phone 1266 



LISTEN TO 

W. F. S. U. 

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY 
BROADCASTING STATION 

On Your Dial 



READY TO SERVE YOU! 


Whether you plan to continue your studies, pre- 
pare for a profession or enter business, there are 
finances to be considered. Whatever your plans — 
please feel free to come in and talk them over with 
the Florida National Bank in your home town. 




FLORIDA NATIONAL 
GROUP OF BANKS 


Florida 
of 


National Bank 
Jacksonville 


Florida 
at 


National Bank and Trust Company 
Miami 


Florida 
at 


Bank & Trust Co. 
Daytona Beach 


Florida 
at 


National Bank 
St. Petersburg 


Florida 
at 


Bank 
Orlando 


Florida 
at 


National Bank 
Pensacola 


Florida 
at 


Bank & Trust Company 
West Palm Beach 


Florida 
at 


National Bank 
Lakeland 


Florida 
at 


National Bank 
Bartow 


Florida 
at 


National Bank 
Key West 


Florida 
at 


National Bank 
Ocala 


Florida 
at 


Bank 
Starke 


Florida 
at 


Bank 
Chipley 


Florida 
at 


Bank 

Port St. Joe 


Florida 
at 


National Bank 
Belle Glade 


Florida 
at 


National Bank 
Coral Gables 


Florida 
at 


National Bank 
Fernandina 


Florida 
at 


Bank 

Fort Pierce 


Florida 
at 


Bank 
Bushnell 


Florida 
at 


Bank 
Gainesville 


Florida 
at 


Bank 
DeLand 


Florida 
at 


Bank 
Madison 



The 

FLORIDA THEATRE 

TALLAHASSEE 



The 

STATE THEATRE 

TALLAHASSEE 



The 

RITZ THEATRE 

TALLAHASSEE 



The 

DRIVE IN THEATRE 

TALLAHASSEE 




Come out to . . . 

THE QUAKER HOUSE 

- for - 
DELICIOUS DUCHESS ICE CREAM 

DRINKS • SOUPS • SANDWICHES 

NEW QUINCY HIGHWAY 

One Block West of the Duchess Ice Cream Plant 




■ ce cream 



Be Safe With Laboratory Tested Milk! 

BASSETT DAIRIES INC. 

THE MILK OF SUPERIOR FLAVOR 



Compliments of 
The 

DDLE FLORIDA ICE CO 

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 



PHONE 9 



Flamboyants investing pledges. 




Those remarx must be hilarious. 




Veteran 5th columnists. 



Blest be the tie that blinds! 




Beginning of the quarter no doubt. 



FOR REFRESHMENTS AND TASTY SANDWICHES TRY 



THE SODA SHOP 

Student Alumnae Building 



Make Our Fountain Your Meeting Place 



MIDYETTE MOOR 

INSURANCE AGENCY 

COMPLETE INSURANCE AND BOND SERVICE 
Midyette-Moor Building 



TALLAHASSEE 



FLORIDA 



Telephone 586 



FLORIDA'S OLDEST BANK 



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Welcomes the account of all persons 

connected with the 

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY 



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THE LEWIS STATE BAN1 



MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 




Just leave my eyeball there. 



Pin-up boy. 




Heap big tomfoolery. 



ALWAYS A WELCOME 




to 




F. S. U. 


SOUTHEASTERN 




TELEPHONE 


KILLEARN GARDENS 


COMPANY 




TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 


open 




Dec. 1st to April 15th 





BENNETT'S 

2 DRUG STORES 2 
COLLEGE INN PHARMACY MONROE S. PHARMACY 

PHONE 800 PHONE 93 



Free Motorcycle Delivery From Both Stores 
TWO COMPLETE FOUNTAIN CAFES 

Hollingsworth and Whitman 

CANDIES 

WE CARRY THE LEADING COSMETIC LINES 

Elizabeth Arden, Helena Rubenstein, Dorothy Gray, 

Tussy, Hudnuts, DuBarry, Elmo 

and H. H. Ayers 




Well, shake a leg. 




LUGGAGE 



JEWELRY 



SPORTING GOODS 

RAWLINGS- SPALDING -SPOT BILT 

'WHATEVER THE SPORT WE FURNISH THE EQUIPMENT" 



Harry Finkelstein Company 

W. Bay corner Jefferson 
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 



THE H. & W. B. DREW 
COMPANY 

MANUFACTURING STATIONERS 

LITHOGRAPHERS PRINTERS 

STEEL AND COPPERPLATE ENGRAVERS 

OFFICE SUPPLES * * OFFICE FURNITURE 

AND EQUIPMENT 

ENGINEERING AND DRAFTING SUPPLIES 



22-30 West Bay Street 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 

MIAMI & TALLAHASSEE 



The 
DUTCH KITCHEN 

TALLAHASSEE 
for 

Excellent Food 



CENTRAL FLORIDA'S 

FASHION CENTER 



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ORLANDO, FLORIDA 



The Nelly Shop 

WELCOMES YOU! 

Our skilled, courteous sales staff 
will happily assist you in selecting 
appropriately, properly fitted femin- 
ine wearables. 

You will like our personalized ser- 
vice, especially designed to cater to 
the exacting requirements of femin- 
ine Collegians. 

at first opportunity 
visit 



THE NELLY SHOP 

TALLAHASSEE 




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Exclusive Fashions From 






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11P/2 


E. Park Ave. 


Ph. 


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